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If this is your first visit to Mull it may also be your first encounter with single track roads. They can be a bit daunting at first, but you'll soon get the hang of it if you follow the code.
Passing places occur frequently. Most are marked by a black and white banded pole, although some have the newer diamond shaped reflective sign which is easier to see at night.
Think of passing places as very short stretches of twin-track road, and you'll avoid most of the pitfalls.
As per the Highway Code, always KEEP LEFT and stop in a passing place on your left, or opposite a passing place on the right to let approaching vehicles past (do not force your way past other drivers in between passing places - reverse if necessary).
LET THE DRIVER BEHIND PASS! (again stopping on the left). They are probably experienced in driving on single track roads and could be members of the emergency services, or have a ferry to catch. You are welcome to enjoy the scenery at 30mph, but please allow others to get on. Show consideration to cyclists and horse riders. This will prevent frustration on their part and make your time on Mull more pleasurable for all.