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Question:

The center of gravity of a load:

A Can make a vehicle more likely to tip over on curves if it is high.
Explaination

"The height of the vehicles’s center of gravity is very important for safe handling. A high center of gravity (cargo piled up high or heavy cargo on top) means you are more likely to tip over. It is most dangerous in curves, or if you have to swerve to avoid a hazard. It is very important to distribute the cargo as low as possible."