Visitors to Mull need to be aware that the majority of the roads are single track. This can make driving much slower and sometimes much more stressful than on double track roads.
Passing places are available, but they are small and often only big enough for 1 car. Visitors should always pull over to the left-hand side, even if the passing place is on the right-hand side, as the car coming towards you will be expecting you to be on the left-hand side, where they can pass you.
If a car is driving very close behind you it is likely the driver is local, knows the roads well and is in a hurry to go about their daily life. Please pull over at the next available passing place and let them pass, as they may be a nurse trying to reach a patient, etc.
If you are unsure of driving on Mull, please leave your car on the mainland and use the buses or taxis to travel around Mull, which will be far less stressful for everyone.