Botswana’s traffic police enforce speed limits through radar trapping. They use mobile units and tend to set up just after villages or vet fence gates – anywhere where the highway speed limit (usually 120km/h) has been lowered and not yet re-established. If you do get stopped for speeding, you can expect a spot fine. Fines must be paid in local currency and can be anything from a few hundred to a thousand pula. Don’t expect them to have any change. All-in-all it’s usually not a major ordeal. Be friendly and you’ll be on your way in no time.