The safety and comfort of a vehicle is very important when driving. One of the security and convenience that can be achieved is to maintain the stable condition of the vehicle when it turns. For this reason a prototype was designed with a control method to control the condition of turning a vehicle. In this paper electronic device system is designed to control turn conditions using the fuzzy logic method, where fuzzy logic processes data error yaw rates and turning angles obtained from the IMU sensor. The system was applied to a three-wheeled vehicle model with a two-wheeled steering system. Based on testing with variations in turning angles and a fixed speed of 20 km / h, the largest yaw rate occurs at a 30 degree turning angle which is 0.2355 rad / s and after being given control of the yaw rate value to 0.03901 rad / s a yaw rate value reduction of 1 , 5943 rad / s. Testing with variations in vehicle speed and fixed turn angle of 10 degrees produces a yaw rate of 0.1314 rad / s and after the control is given to 0.03892 rad / s, a reduction of 0.09248 rad / s occurs. From these tests fuzzy logic is capable of improve vehicle response by minimizing slippage that occurs when the vehicle makes a turn movement so that the three-wheeled vehicle is maintained stability and security.