When I was pregnant with Baby Number 1 I had no idea that Travel Systems were even a thing.
If you’d asked me what a baby travel system was, I’d probably have looked at you blankly then, realizing that it was actually something I should know as a parent-to-be, I’d have made something up about how to plan to travel with your baby.
Well, save yourself the googling, it’s basically an all-in-one system for transporting your baby and includes a car seat and stroller (as well as many other extras depending on the model you choose.)
It’s meant to make your life easier, and it’s often more cost effective than buying everything separately, but do your homework before you make the decision. Try and think about where and how you will be using it.
For us, a travel system really didn’t work (we had one for Baby 1 and a different one for Baby 2) but there are plenty of my friends who would STRONGLY disagree – for them, a baby travel system was a game changer.
Be Smart When Buying Your Travel System
Do all the various shapes, features, benefits and prices offered by each travel system intimidate you? Fair enough. But you’ll be surprised how simple it can be! The ‘What to Look Out For’ and ‘Be Smarter’ guides below will empower you to keep your baby safe while on the move (and also happy and comfortable).
Your Be Smarter Guide
Be smart when you buy your setup. Stay on top of it knowing what your travel system is capable of.
Watch and Save
Know what you are looking for and be smart when you are about to make this important purchase. Let the various shapes, features, benefits and prices of each system work towards your and your baby’s benefit!
Have a look at ALL of our in-depth & unbiased buying guides.
Why not view our article on 4 Steps in How To Choose a Baby Travel System Stress-Free, 8 Need to Know Baby Travel Secrets, 4 Quick Steps To Choosing The Perfect Baby Travel System. Be Smart, Top 5 Best Baby Stroller Travel System 2018 – Stroller and Car Seat Combo, The Best Double Jogging Strollers 2018 or The Best Baby Car Seat Covers 2018.