The higher the centre of gravity of a truck at the same inclination, the easier it is to tip over.
Another aspect to consider is the width of the vehicle.
The so-called CENTRIFUGAL FORCE is concerned with the forces generated when cornering as a function of speed.
A good explanation is given by ANEP Prevention in its web site “Vehicle stability”:
“If the vehicle has a good grip, and we look at the truck from behind, we see that the truck tends to turn in the opposite direction to the direction of the curve, as the centrifugal force pulls the vehicle outwards. The centre of gravity also shifts to the opposite side of the curve, and if the centrifugal force is high, the truck will tip over.”