das hat Leo: Siehe Wörterbuch: überschlagen
ich lese aber auch "roll-over", hier z.B.:
"A roll-over crash occurs when a car flips over onto either the side or the roof of the car. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that 2.1% of crashes in the United States are roll-overs. Roll-overs often happen when drivers overcorrect their steering as a panic reaction an emergency."
"There are two characteristics of LTVs that could potentially drive fatalities higher: rollover propensity and compatibility. In fatal crashes, SUVs are twice as likely to have rolled over than passenger cars. A rollover increases the likelihood of occupant ejection, fatality or injury." (LTV = light trucks and vans)
"A car rolled over multiple times in a crash on the M6. The collision, between two vehicles took place between junctions 32 and 33. A spokesman from Lancashire Roads Police said: "We are currently at the scene of a two-vehicle RTC M6 Jct 33-32. "Thankfully only very minor injuries despite the red Corsa rolling several times."