A baby stroller is a basic necessity. Next to the crib and car seat, it will get plenty of wear and tear.
By glancing through these baby stroller recalls, you can be sure yours is up to the challenge.
Whether you bought a new stroller yourself or got one as a gift, you need to check this list!
The new stroller you got at your baby shower in November may have been recalled in January.
Other parents prefer to purchase them second-hand at garage sales, flea markets or even Ebay. And don't forget hand-me-downs!
If an older friend is finished with babies, you may be next in line for her old stroller. Check it before you accept it!
Before you accept, check this list. If your stroller has been recalled in the last 10 years, it's listed in these reports.
Those strollers recalled in the last few years are listed here. For the full list, request a free copy of the Stroller Recall Report.
Since you are going to spend a significant amount of money on this purchase, and since you will most likely use it
for several years to come, be sure it isn't one of the baby stroller recalls above.
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