The Liberty Trike is more tippy primarily because it is only 24 inches wide. When crossing angled driveways or rough terrain one has to be more careful with the Liberty Trike. The Addmotor trikes I own are wider and less likely to tip. I have ridden these trikes over 2000 miles over the last year on soft and hard sand, rocky roads, grass, black top etc and I haven't tipped or even came close to tipping using any of these trikes. You have to use common sense when riding any bike or trike which is especially true when you first start riding these trikes so as to get the hang of each of them. Overall trikes tend to be more stable which is why old folks such as myself tend to purchase them.Thanks for your post. Since you’ve been riding electric trikes for awhile, do you notice any problems with them being “tippy” or unstable when riding normally?