There are so many buggies to choose from, but which one is right for you? Here are the main styles you'll see on shelves and online...
An all-terrain-pushchair (ATP) is designed for use off-road as well as around town. It’s larger than a standard buggy and feature pneumatic tyres and good suspension. The chassis, or frame, is robust and build to withstand the bumps and bounces that come with travelling off-road. Many ATPs are 3-wheelers - the front swivel wheel makes it easier to steer over rough ground.The major disadvantage of an ATP is its size. They can be very wide, making it hard to get into lifts and down narrow shopping aisles. You’ll also need a large storage area, because an ATP can be bulky even when folded down.
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