Thanks for suggestions.
I'll clarify some more..
* I already have a drain tile under the landscape wall, it's at least 12" maybe 16" down. I had to dig down to connect the downspout drains when I installed those.
* You guys keep suggesting I divert the water coming in....I am not sure how I can divert the water coming straight down from the sky, I do not have any water running in from other places. The garage, carport and wall form an area that is actually higher than surrounding area, both the garage and carport stay dry so no water is flowing in, landscape wall had drains behind it so no water is coming through it. The 3 sided area is basically the "dam" around the drive. I have pulled downspouts out during heavy rain, no clogs or water sitting in drains to come back up on drive.
* I have very good drainage for the main drain pipe, both on exit and below ground. It is a slotted pipe and only really flows out the end into ditch when we have really heavy rains, most of the gutter water must seep out during the length of the pipe before it reaches the end.
* My drive is a base of B19 gravel/rock, about 3-5" and then we have about 1" of packed 3/4" limestone with dust in it. The drive is packed hard, I only use tractor and scarifier to roughen it up as once it get packed, the dust rises to the top and turns to almost a muddy mess. Bringing some of the gravel back to the surface with tractor helps in not tracking the "mud" everywhere.
Chieffan, you are seeing the drive in the pics after I roughened it up a bit. It normally has the look of a washed concrete with stone in it, usually packed hard and not much lose gravel anywhere....except on the slope cause it keeps getting washed out and I keep replacing it. Dad and I have fought that slope since he built the drive back in 1980 even before he built he wall and carport since 2000. Now its just worse with those structures. The only reason I do any blading is to eliminate some of the gray clay mud that pools cause the water is pooling and gravel hasn't gotten backed down.
I could try to grade the drive so it run the water towards the wall, etc, but my problem is the slope on the hill ( would have to rent something with some butt to it, no way my Sears is going to grade this hard pack down enough) Even if I grade it so water doesn't pool or I can get it to move o the wall side, when it runs down the slope, it cuts it out and washes out my gravel.
**I need to do something to get water into the main drain before it rushes out to the slope, thus my ideas of some type of drain basin whether is a french drain by garage ( which would suck to drive or walk on) or some type of small gutter drain or basin drain. Other than having some puddles in a drive, this washing out is only a nuisance with big heavy rains.Normal rains area not a problem. We has some heavy T-storms this morning, I am betting I will have a groove cut out in the slope when I get home tonight.
Boyscout, ironic you mention ADS, I went to church with an engineer that retired from there and I only live about 15 mins from one of their plants/storage yard. The guy I knew actually designed a long slender drain tile they used on many interstates/highway, its call AdvanEDGE highway edge pipe.