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While driving up a mountain road, you meet another vehicle and there is not enough room for you to pass. What should you do?

A Wait for the other vehicle to reverse back up the hill until there is room for you to pass.

The vehicle facing downhill must yield the right-of-way to you because they have the greater amount of control when backing up a hill. [On Mountain Roads; Laws and Rules of the Road; Parking; California Driver Handbook]