Try to find retailers that will let you test-install a seat in your own car, which is great, since we’ve found that cushion angle or seat belt placement can make a car and child seat incompatible. You should also consider a store that accepts returns and defaults. Large department stores like Babies ‘R Us, Walmart, and Target offer a limited range of products in stores with a wider selection available online. Online retailers such as Albee Baby, Buy Buy Baby, Diapers.com and Amazon offer an even larger selection of seat brands and models. Most of the retailers offer free shipping on child seats. Make online shopping only after you’ve seen the models in real life. You can find higher-end models at specialty stores or boutiques.

The first thing to get your head around is the law. UK law states that all babies must sit in a rear-facing car seat until they are 15 months old. From that point on, your little one must sit in a forward-facing car seat until they are 12 years old or 135cm tall, whichever comes first. There are two ways of choosing a car seat for your child: The first is based on their height. (This is the newer system and the seats are called i-Size.) The second is based on their weight (categorised simply as 0-3). As of February 2017, all new baby car seat models have ISOFIX as standard. This is a locking system, which ensures your baby’s car seat is securely fastened in. All mothercare child seats comply with EU regulation, which is shown by the Ⓔ symbol on the label. 

For parents who are looking to get back into shape after having a baby, a jogger stroller and car seat combo helps you burn calories while taking your baby along. These are usually very sturdy, lightweight strollers that can move quickly and maneuver well over bumpy terrain. They can be more expensive than other models, which is something to think about. Be aware that not all “jogger” strollers are made for jogging. For instance, there’s a brand called Baby Jogger with several strollers, but there’s only ONE of their strollers actually approved for jogging.


The Italian-made Peg Perego Booklet Travel System is a high-end car seat stroller combo. It is a simplistic yet classy design that features everything parents need to keep their child comfortable and safe while on the go. It features the Primo Viaggio 4/35 infant car seat, which scored 9.5 on our list and holds babies from 4 - 35 pounds. The stroller holds babies and children up to 50 pounds. Stroller unfolded dimensions are 38.5” L x 21.5” W x 40.8” H. Car seat dimensions with base are 28.5” L x 17.25” W x 26.5” H.
This stroller has been a dream. It is by far the easiest assembly I've ever had for a stroller (it took just minutes to set up, and everything was extremely intuitive). It collapses down so it's easy to store in a closet or fit in a relatively small trunk. And the storage space! It's huge! I can fit a jumbo diaper bag, and my purse, and a snack bag, and shopping bags, and... I could go on. I do wish it allowed for larger kids since my 1 1/2-year-old will likely outgrow this in a year, but obviously, this is meant to start with infants. Still, I'm enjoying this stroller so much that I might just buy the next size up when the time comes.
Bargain hunting for a travel system stroller that won't break the bank? Good news—the Evenflo Pivot—winner of the 2018 Best of Baby awards for best travel system stroller—is a super-versatile option that's easy on the wallet. It offers six modes of travel: bassinet, frame stroller or toddler stroller, each with a forward- and rear-facing option. A particularly cool feature is the Pivot's bassinet, which converts from the stroller seat with a simple pop and lock, no extra parts or pieces required. Another bonus: The system's SafeMax infant car seat is outfitted with a chest clip that reminders parents upon arrival that baby is in the backseat.
Some parents had issues with the stroller seat reclining enough to be comfortable for their child. A few noted that the cup holders on the parent tray weren’t big enough to fit larger water bottles. Assembly proved to be difficult for some at first. Some parents didn’t like that the child tray had to be on and the stroller fully reclined in order to attach the car seat.
This premium side-by-side stroller has many premium features you can’t find in cheaper strollers. True all-wheel suspension (not just front wheels), oversized UPF 45+ canopies with extensions, soft rPET polyester fabric made from 53 post consumer water bottles per stroller, and certified free of harmful chemicals. Adjustable foot rests keep little feet supported for no more dangling legs.
I bought the key fit stroller frame along with the car seat. There's so many things that I'm happy about with both products. The handle for the carrier comes up and down quietly so that it does not wake the baby. The click in feature to the base and the stroller is also quiet which makes it ideal if the baby is sleeping. The safety features impressed my husband and it was convenient to see the level markers on the seat so we knew we were putting it in right. It is very easy to use the lever in the back to remove the car seat from the base and stroller.
Phew! Now it’s time to navigate the options. Combination seats will take you from birth to approximately 105cm or 18kg, or 4 years old. This means they are both rear and front-facing and have adjustable recline positions, head and back rests and removable inlays (for added comfort for your newborn baby). Look out for washable covers and guarantees (between two years and a lifetime!) Then there are the baby car seats, which are rear-facing only. These models are lightweight and have a handle, which fits into a pushchair, so you can transport your sleeping baby from car to crib. From there, you’ll transfer to a forward-facing car seat (suitable up to 4 years old) and then a highback booster seat without a harness (suitable from 4-12 years old with side impact-protective covers). Alternatively, you could transfer to a highback booster seat with a harness. This acts like a combination seat, but is forward-facing only, so it’s suitable for children from 15 months to 12 years. 
Babywearing is my go-to for dining in restaurants, shopping and most outings and errands with an infant. How do I eat while babywearing? I use the wrap/carrier itself or a nursing cover to cover baby's head (while leaving their face exposed for safety) and let my food cool down before I start to eat it. I also refrain from drinking hot drinks (coffee, for example) while babywearing. It might sound silly but I also use a spoon sometimes instead of a fork to minimize food dropping on baby (rice, for example).
Overall, this is a really good travel system. The car seat is probably the better investment so if you wanted to make a custom combo, you could purchase a Chicco KeyFit stroller frame (does not work as a stroller alone). The seat is also compatible with several other stroller brands such as Baby Jogger, BOB, Britax, Bugaboo and more. You may need a car seat adapter in order to use some of those, however.
Since I can't load toddler into his car seat while wearing baby, If I happen to be loading the car on a rare outing without a stroller I quickly place baby in her seat unbuckled, load and buckle toddler and loop back to get baby buckled in. I leave my car keys next to baby to remind me to go back and buckle her (since I have only 2 remaining brain cells left and could totally imagine forgetting to strap her in!).
We got this stroller base about a few months ago, I thought it was perfect since we already had the car seat that was compatible... OMG the struggle to open and close it! Seriously wish I still had the receipt to return it only used 4-5 times. We don't even use it anymore because it takes us longer to open and close it than it does in the actual store -_- I give this a 3 star because it's good for the price and it's cute everything about it is good just that the problems I named above are VERY VERY frustrating
This strap tends to slip and turn and move, cannot be fixed with the strap in one position on my car seat. Because of how my car seat is designed, if I position the straps the way they are in the picture, the whole thing is "top heavy" and will pivot toward the baby's head, which is worse than useless. And the straps are not stable at the top of the carrier, nor can I put them on the inside of the handle, which might make things more secure. I can't tighten or lengthen the horizontal strap across the top, and it's either too big or not big enough for stability.
A booster is the last type of car seat your child needs. These are not appropriate for babies but for larger children. Booster seats can have a high back or be backless. High-back boosters or belt-positioning boosters use the car's seat belt once put into the appropriate position across the child's chest. A backless booster sits the child up high enough to keep the seat belt in a safe and comfortable position. How long a child must sit in a booster depends on the child's size, age and state laws. Many states have requirements for children up to 9 years old.
When you are doing research to find the perfect carseat-stroller combo, of course the most important thing is safety. You’ll want to pay particular attention to the car seat portion of the combo, as your baby will spend more time in the car than the stroller. Car accidents are still a leading cause of injury and fatalities in young children, so it’s vital to ensure they’re in a good safety seat.

If you are only taking one small child to the Walt Disney World Resort, you only need a single stroller. But what if you have two children under the age of about five? You're going to need a double stroller for them. You don't have to have twins to be on the lookout for Disney stroller rentals that include double strollers. As long as the children weigh less than 100 pounds combined, any two can travel safely in a double stroller. I'm sure that you can imagine the possibilities, ranging from genuine twi...


The Britax B-Free travel system snags the spot for the best car seat-stroller combo. An updated version of the B-Agile stroller, a perennial fan favorite, this three-wheel travel system offers enhanced maneuverability and a smooth, sturdy ride with rubber all-terrain wheels. It’s extremely easy to use thanks to the one-hand fold design, and features a full recline seat, seven storage pockets, an expandable SPF canopy and an adjustable handlebar to boot. The stroller comes with the Endeavours car seat but is compatible with any infant car seat on the market.
Peg Perego’s Booklet Travel System weighs in at just 19 pounds, making it one of the lighter options on the market. It comes with the Primo Viaggio car seat, which at 9 pounds won’t add much weight to the system and attaches to the stroller without the need for any adaptors. The Booklet is easy to steer, has a compact fold and features front wheels that both swivel and lock. The adjustable handlebar is also a selling point, as is the hook under the canopy that can hold baby’s favorite toy.
Three-wheeled strollers are much like their four-wheeled counterparts in that they are meant for walking, but are more compact and easier to turn in tight spaces. Jogger strollers have a similar slim design and are just as maneuverable, but they have a stronger, more flexible suspension to make riding more comfortable for your child while you’re jogging. They also tend to have fewer bells and whistles since they’re not meant for travel, but rather everyday exercise.
The #1-rated Chicco KeyFit 30 Infant Car Seat is engineered with innovative features that make it the easiest infant car seat to install simply, accurately, and securely every time. The KeyFit 30's stay-in-car base has a ReclineSure leveling foot and two RideRight bubble level-indicators to help achieve and verify proper angle in the vehicle seat. The base is also equipped with premium LATCH connectors and a SuperCinch tightener for a secure fit with a fraction of the effort! For alternate installation with the vehicle seat belt, clear belt routing and integrated lock-offs make it easy to position, tighten and lock the belt into place. A smooth underside helps protect vehicle seats from damage.
Travel with confidence knowing that your baby is safe and secure in a car seat that offers safety, comfort, and convenience on every journey. Our selection of baby and kids' car seats offers features including easy-to-adjust safety harnesses, adjustable recline, and durable frames to keep your child safe when travelling—no matter how long or short the ride. If you want to avoid those bulky car seats, there are a number of sleek and narrow options that are perfect for parents looking for something both safe and convenient. Whatever you're looking for, we offer a wide range of safety car seats including infant car seats, convertible car seats, booster seats, toddler car seats, car seat bases, and car seat covers and accessories. And with choices from top brands including Clek, Diono, Peg Perego, Nuna, Graco, Chicco, and Britax, you'll know that your child is protected and comfortable. Shop our full selection of car seats for infants, babies, and toddlers and order yours today! Free Shipping on orders over $49*. 

If you are only taking one small child to the Walt Disney World Resort, you only need a single stroller. But what if you have two children under the age of about five? You're going to need a double stroller for them. You don't have to have twins to be on the lookout for Disney stroller rentals that include double strollers. As long as the children weigh less than 100 pounds combined, any two can travel safely in a double stroller. I'm sure that you can imagine the possibilities, ranging from genuine twi...
Besides the top-rated SnugRide Click Connect 35 infant seat, this stroller has a one-second, one handed fold that makes it super quick to transfer into the car after a fun outing. The seat of the stroller has multiple recline angles for baby’s comfort. Extra deep cupholders in the parent tray hold many sizes of travel cups and bottles. The seat covers are machine washable in cold water (hang to dry).
It is important, and also the law, that all children be properly restrained while in a motor vehicle. Protective seating types change as a child gets older, taller and heavier. For information on child seating and restraint systems visit The Province of British Columbia – Seat Belts, Car Seats, and Booster Seats, BCAA Child Passenger Safety, and ICBC Child Car Seats.
Both seats recline individually and have their own canopies and foot rests so you can control sun exposure, etc. for each child. The rear seat reclines all the way back into an infant bassinet. Both seats have a child tray with 2 cup holders each. Parents get some great creature comforts too, like 2 deep cup holders and covered storage compartment.
×