Baby needs wheels and with so many strollers on the market it’s no wonder that the decision of what new stroller to buy is nearly as well-considered as it is buying a new car. Buy the right stroller and it will serve you and your family well for years. Buy a dud and you’ll be cursing yourself at every bump in the sidewalk and each time you struggle to buckle in baby. Our comprehensive stroller guides ensure that you will find the right stroller for whatever your situation. Stroller options and needs can seem almost infinite. Are you in the market for a lightweight single stroller that you can fold with one hand? Maybe you need a double stroller that you can use jogging, has a bassinet option, and fits in the back of your mini-van. Or maybe you’re thinking about a stroller travel system that will take your tot from infancy to pre-school age? Maybe you need a stroller that’s ideal for pushing your baby along bumpy and crowded city sidewalks? Or maybe you live in the country and need a good all-terrain option. Research is key to finding the right stroller. Hit the internet and you will be awash in editor reviews, customer comments, and safety ratings. We simplify the process by giving you all the info you need in our comprehensive stroller guides. Whether you’re buying a stroller for one, two, or three kids, we have the stroller shopping secrets that will guarantee the convenience, safety, and style that you want.

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How to Buy a Stroller for Twins (and Other Multiples!)

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Side-by-Side Multiples Strollers

Your babies will have basically the same view while gliding through new locales in these rides (neither will be looking at the back of the other’s head!). Most models have seats that both recline, so they work for young nappers and older sightseers. Plus they provide quality bonding time when the kids are sitting next to each other. There’s a catch, though: the wide body of these models can be harder to maneuver through tight spaces, and it won’t fit through narrow doorways.

One to try: Joovy Scooter X2, $200 Tandem (Front/Back)

Multiples Strollers

These are perfect for city moms. Since they’re usually as narrow as a single stroller, you’ll have fewer problems. Some models also accommodate two infant car seats, so you can skip the snap-and-go and go straight to the tandem. The drawbacks? Tandems are usually heavier, and typically only the back seat can fully recline. Plus, there’s bound to be an unhappy customer if one kid gets a blocked rear view.

One to try: Kolcraft Universal Express Rider, $140

Jogging Multiples Strollers

If you’re dreaming of working off the pregnancy weight with regular power walks or runs, a jogging stroller is right for you. In fact, they’re a necessity if you want to avoid completely killing your back while exercising, since they have higher, sometimes adjustable, handles. For walkers, a stroller with a front wheel that swivels is easier to handle when making turns. Running moms, get a model with a fixed front wheel that will keep you on track while running laps and that will handle bumps better.

One to try: BOB Sport Utility Stroller Duallie, $519

Lightweight Multiples Strollers

No, this is not an oxymoron. Having twins doesn’t mean your stroller has to weigh twice as much. In fact, some models weigh as little as 21 pounds and have a one-hand-fold feature that makes it easy to transport. And don’t worry, even though it’s light doesn’t mean it won’t support your precious cargo!

One to try: Maclaren Twin Triumph, from $275

-- Sarah Yang

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