Avoid Panic-like Steering 

Many rollovers occur when drivers overcorrect their steering as a panic reaction to an emergency—or even to a wheel going off the pavement’s edge. At highway speeds, overcorrecting or excessive steering can cause the driver to lose control, which can force the vehicle to slide sideways and roll over.

Overcorrects once:
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Overcorrects once, crosses road and tripped by soft soil.

 

Overcorrects twice:
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Overcorrects twice, tripped by soft soil on the same side of road.