To tip over

Related to To tip over: over the top
to overturn.

See also: Tip

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The two companies, Ridgewood and Charleswood, have cited two chifferobe models, 80813 and 88813, and two four-drawer dressers, models 80413 and 88413, as having the potential to tip over if heavy objects are placed in the top drawer, several drawers are open at the same time, or if a child attempts to climb on the opened drawers.
As alleged, the Yamaha Rhino is prone to tip over due to its top-heavy design, dangerously narrow track width, high center of gravity, wheels that are too small to maintain stability, and steering geometry that facilitates rollovers and tip overs even at low speeds and on flat terrain.
Incidents/Injuries: Graco has received 464 reports of screws loosening/falling out and/or plastic brackets cracking causing the high chair to tip over unexpectedly.
The class action alleges that the Rhino is prone to tip over because of its narrow track-width, high platform, high center of gravity and top-heavy design, all of which lead the vehicle to easily tip over under normal and foreseeable driving conditions, including at low speeds on even terrain.