Published at Wednesday, March 07th, 2018 - 13:30:09 PM. Baby Pram. By Ninette Vial.
There is also a vast difference in the types of wheels on each pram. Large rubber wheels on three wheelers will handle any surface you push it across, even sand and gravel. Whereas smaller harder plastic type wheels are designed for strolling on pavements and do not get punctures, unlike the aforementioned rubber wheels. But with the smaller wheeled prams they are prone to getting stuck when on uneven surfaces.
Large all-terrain prams usually have the front wheel a swivel wheel which makes cornering and abrupt turns more gentle for the baby. Yet swivel wheels on prams with small hard wheels have a tendency over time to not steer straight and makes pushing the pram a constant battle.
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