The first one lasted a few months. I loved it. Easy to maneuver, lightweight, I wasn't lugging around a big travel system like all the other mommies. Then the release handle jammed. This is not a part they can send out. I had to get an RA in the mail, buy a box to ship it in, wait for fedex to pick it up, then call to have it tracked so they could send out my new one without me waiting for the whole thing to process (that was nice). I got the new one a week and half later (a huge pain to be without). I assembled it last week, recycled the box on the weekend and now the same thing has happened. Less than a week later. I am so frustrated. It is still useable, but it is inconvenient. It takes two hands to slide the release mechanisms rather than one hand to fold and flip the thing open and closed. And I have a lot of stuff in my hands. At all times. I will be calling again, but I can't think of a satisfactory solution at this point. I need my stroller, and I need it to work.

Choosing a car seat is tough! There are so many options, and one look at the car seat aisle can make your head swim with weight limits and bells and whistles. So how do you know what the best seat is for your child? The safest seat is the one that fits your child, fits your vehicle, and can be used correctly 100% of the time. It’s important to look at the height and weight limits printed on the box, but they often do not tell the whole story. It is also important to note things like the height of the shell, and height of the harness positions, which will factor into when the child will outgrow the seat.
Everybody wants the best one and if you are looking to buy a car seat stroller combo, then certain points need to be kept in mind. First of all, in some markets, there is a difference between a Stroller Carseat Combo and a Car System, whereas some take it as one and the same thing. A stroller carseat combo is the one which has a carseat along with a full size stroller. The separate car seats and strollers in comparison to a stroller with carseat are usually larger, expensive and also difficult to move around.
BRITAX infant/child seats can be used rear facing from 5 to 40 pounds (2.3 to 18.1 kilograms) and forward facing from 22 pounds and walks unassisted, up to 65 pounds (10 kilograms and walks unassisted, up to 29.4 kilograms), depending on the seat. High-capacity convertibles allow your child to stay in a five-point harness through the toddler years.
Lower anchor and tethers for children (LATCH) connectors are a system of hooks and straps that secure to anchor points built into all cars manufactured after 2002. They function to secure the car seat safely in the back seat rather than using the car's seat belt system. LATCH connectors have their own weight limits, so it is important to switch from the LATCH system to the car's seat belts when the combined weight of the child and the car seat exceed the limit.
Since it will also be your infant car seat purchase, ideally, you’d get a travel system prior to your mini-me entering the scene so you can use it from day one. Around six to nine months, your baby will be sitting up all by herself and will likely want a better view of the world. Then you can use the full-size stroller on its own. Because you can use the stroller from infancy through toddlerhood, it’s the only stroller you’ll need to purchase.

But money is still an important factor for most families. If you buy your car seat along with a stroller in a travel system, it can save you some money. For instance, a Peg Perego Primo Viaggio 4/35 car seat is about $300 alone. The Peg Perego Booklet stroller is about $350. Buying them together in the Peg Perego Booklet Travel System is about $600, so you’re saving at least $50. That might not seem like much, but every dollar saved can really help when you need to buy essentials like diapers, baby food, etc.

Infant and child car seats save lives. For every ride in a car, secure your child into a properly installed car seat or booster seat that meets all current safety standards. Use a car seat or booster seat that is made for their weight and height. For questions about car seats and booster seats, call Transport Canada at 1-800-333-0371 or visit the Government of Canada Child Safety webpage at
Take the Graco FastAction Fold Jogger Click Connect Travel System, $300. The stroller in this duo makes CR's top-picks lists, proving to be easy to use and maneuverable enough to earn a score of Excellent in that test. But the car seat doesn’t score well enough for us to recommend, in part because our expert testers found it harder than others to install properly.
The Chicco KeyFit is the highest-scoring infant car seat in our ratings, and has been for years. It's easy to use and install with a seat belt or LATCH mechanism, plus it earns the highest score possible in our crash-protection test. Its lone drawback is that it maxes out with a 22-pound child and, considering most babies triple their weight by the time they turn 1, you’ll need to upgrade to a new car seat sooner than you may have planned. Of course you can continue to use the Activ3 stroller after you move your child to a convertible car seat, but you'll need to unstrap her to move her between the two.
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Convertible: These seats can be used from birth as a rear-facing seat, then converts to a forward facing seat when they’ve outgrown rear-facing. Some even convert to boosters and last until your child is too large for any safety seat. This is usually a costlier investment, but can save money down the road. **Note: They cannot be used with strollers.**
A stroller is obviously one of the top ‘must have’ items in your life when you have a baby. If you’re moving around from place to place with your baby, you’ll need a car seat for sure. You may like the Disney Stroller for its cute Minnie Mouse design, but does the Chicco Keyfit 30 Car seat (rated by Consumer Reports as best in crash protection) detach and immediately re-attach to your Disney stroller? It’s the fact that parts that don’t attach again add to the confusion and sometimes price too. So let’s see what the benefits of having a baby travel system and that too with the help of this guide include:
The pull-to-fold strap makes folding and picking up a lot simpler, even though it’s not a super light stroller. Parents appreciated the ForeverAir tires that don’t need inflating, which is great if you’re on vacation and have no access to a tire pump. It’s narrower than some double strollers when unfolded (29”), so a bit easier to turn and maneuver through tighter spots.
CR’s take: This duo perfectly highlights what you can get by mixing and matching brands. It's the most expensive of the three travel systems designed by CR's experts, but it still costs less than some strollers in our ratings. Bumbleride makes a number of top strollers, including the Indie, which gets some of the best marks of any traditional stroller in our ratings, thanks to its nimble handling and easy-to-use features. But the company doesn’t make car seats.
For our first baby, we opted for a single stroller that reclined flat and began using that once baby was about a month old (the Baby Jogger City Mini). With our second babe, on most outings we still use the single stroller for the toddler and I wear baby. The nice thing about this option is that when toddler is out and exploring (at a park or library, for example), I can recline the stroller seat flat for the baby.  
Most car seat stroller combo  are designed to accommodate your growing baby but you cannot take this for granted. Establish how long you can expect the car seat to last before you have to purchase a larger one, and likewise with the stroller. These are very important points if you are on a tight budget as you would preferably like to use your car seat stroller combo for as long as possible. Some travel system strollers have car seats which are suitable from birth to around 55 lbs while others are birth to 22 lbs so this highlights the need to shop carefully.
The FastAction Fold Click Connect 30 is almost equal to aforementioned Sport Stroller travel system. Significant difference is, off course, with 4-wheel version – which, typically are less maneuverable than their 3-wheeled counterparts – and perhaps, as reviews are concerned, may have a smaller basket, perhaps due to distance in wheelbase in the 3 versus 4-wheel cart. However, this stroller comes nearly identical in available options, with the benefit of a reduced price tag. The Classic Connect 30 Carseat is also top rated and similarly produced with energy absorbing foam, 5-point harness and level indicator. Colors available: Nyssa, Farrow, and Finley.
Four wheel car seat and stroller combos are the most popular option for families that are looking for a heavy-duty stroller that can navigate over a wide variety of terrain. They often have more accessories than the other types, including more storage space. These are best used in spacious areas like zoos, parks, easy hikes, malls and quiet neighborhoods.
The fabric isn’t very soft and smooth as with other strollers, so it might not be comfortable or breathable for long trips. The covered compartment in the parent tray might be too small for some phones such as the iPhone 6Plus and up. Also, there have been quality control issues with some parts breaking or getting stuck on the stroller after less than a year’s use.
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Our roster of brands includes favorites like Diono, Britax, Graco, Evenflo, Clek, Summer Infant, Munchkin, and plenty more. Within this broad mix, you'll find car seat accessories including car seat protectors and rear facing mirrors–plus excellent gift ideas for anyone on your list. Find the right car seat according to your child’s age and stage. We even offer our Subscribe & Save program to help you save money while stocking up on all your car seat essentials.
This fun-looking travel system is super affordable and has great prints and patterns that parents seem to love. The well-padded seat on the stroller has multiple recline settings plus a removable large head support pillow that can also be used in the car seat. Parents like the padding and say the car seat straps are easy to buckle. They love the many compartments in the stroller, especially the bottom basket and the covered parent tray.
The stroller is compatible with all KeyFit infant seats. It has double front-swiveling wheels with great suspension for a comfy ride and easier turning. Toe-tap locks on the front wheels and toe-tap parking brakes on the back keep it in place when you need it. Three positions on the handle accommodate parents of different heights. A generous storage basket and peek-a-boo window help make outings easier and less stressful.
The Expedition Jogger comes with a swivel wheel that allows you to unlock the front wheel for easy low speed strolling. You can use the stroller for casual jogging by locking the front wheel. The swivel wheel allows for easy maneuverability. You can use the stroller on both rough surfaces and smooth surfaces, such as dirt road, side walks and malls.
Older versions had less headroom per seat, so toddlers’ heads often touched the top well before they outgrew the weight limit. The new version should be better with the upgrades, but keep that in mind when shopping. This new version also has limited colors available, so if you’re dead set on blue, you may be disappointed unless you opt for the older version.
As a classically trained chef and an enthusiastic DIYer, I've always valued having the best tool for a job—whether the task at hand is dicing onions for mirepoix or hanging drywall. When I'm not writing about home products, I can be found putting them to the test, often with help from my two young children, in the 1860s townhouse I'm restoring in my free time.
One of the most unique features is the memory recline option - the stroller seat goes back to where it was before you folded it. It’s a great option for parents who have children who are only comfortable in one position - like colicky babies. The child tray also swings out easily so your toddler can get in and out by herself. The removable child tray liner is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.
As a classically trained chef and an enthusiastic DIYer, I've always valued having the best tool for a job—whether the task at hand is dicing onions for mirepoix or hanging drywall. When I'm not writing about home products, I can be found putting them to the test, often with help from my two young children, in the 1860s townhouse I'm restoring in my free time. 

Children who are not tall enough and whose legs are too short to bend over the edge of the seat are not ready to wear a seat belt only. They should therefore continue to use a booster seat that suits their weight and height, even if their sitting height is 63 cm (25 inches) or more. Note that a new Highway Safety Code measure will come into effect in April 2019. Under that new measure, children will be required by law to be at least 145 cm tall or 9 years of age before wearing just a seat belt.