Fuel trucks invariably have a high centre of gravity and are prone to rollover
Always check mirrors before slowing
To control the inertia and centrifugal forces speed must be slowed to a safe speed for that particular ramp
Safe speed varies, depending on ramp sharpness, multi-lane, weather, traffic, etc.
Remember posted ramp speeds are for passenger vehicles not heavy trucks
If the temperature is near freezing or if the ramp is slippery or loose gravel slow the vehicle down even more to maintain traction
Use your eye lead time to lead your truck gently into the curve and smooth and controlled steering
Once the truck is slowed sufficiently apply gentle throttle coming out of the of the curve