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How to Fold an Evenflo Baby Stroller

By Andrea Klooster ; Updated April 18, 2017

Evenflo makes several popular baby strollers, ranging from simple umbrella strollers to travel systems that incorporate Evenflo's infant car seats. All Evenflo strollers fold up to be easily stowed in the trunk of your car. Most models feature Evenflo’s one-hand fold technology, allowing for easy folding with just one hand. Consult your owner’s manual for folding details specific to your stroller model, but there are several general guidelines for folding Evenflo strollers.

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Lock the stroller wheels.

Take your baby out of the stroller.

Fold down the canopy.

Align the front and rear wheels, making sure that all wheels are facing forward rather than sideways.

Empty all items from the stroller basket and trays.

Operate the release mechanism. See your owner’s manual for specific release instructions for your model.

Push down or pull up on the stroller handle to collapse the stroller, depending on the model.

Fasten the latch to lock the stroller in the folded position. Some models can stand alone in an upright position when folded and latched.


Order a free replacement for a lost instruction manual through Evenflo’s online Replacement Parts order form. You will need the model number of your stroller in order to request a manual. The model number is printed on a white label fixed to the top bar of the stroller basket.


Make sure your baby is in a safe place while you fold the stroller. Most models can be folded with one hand, allowing you to hold your baby while you fold the stroller.

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About the Author

Andrea Klooster has been writing and producing personal history and documentary videos since 1999, while also working as a freelance reporter and photographer with many contributions to the Advance Newspapers of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Klooster has a Master of Information and Library Studies from the University of Michigan.

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