A popular country for observing African wildlife, Botswana has its share of risks, including a high crime rate, with non-confrontational, non-violent crimes the most common. The greatest risk to visitors, however, is injury in vehicular accidents. Traffic is lawless, with red-light running and green-light signal jumping common, and transit vehicles such as minibuses and taxis routinely change lanes, stop, or pull into traffic without looking to pick up or drop off a fare. Drunk drivers cause frequent fatal accidents, and domestic and wild animals are often on the roads at night outside major cities. They are difficult to see until the last minute and can cause serious accidents.