Snap N Go Instructions

By Katie Tonarely
Snap N Go strollers allow you to transport a baby in her car seat-carrier.
Snap N Go strollers allow you to transport a baby in her car seat-carrier.

Parents appreciate infant car seat-carrier combos for their convenience and versatility—they can be used in the car, carried by hand, placed in a shopping cart or attached to a stroller, all the while keeping an infant safe and comfortable. The versatile Snap N Go stroller works with nearly every infant car seat brand and is lightweight and easy to transport, making it a useful tool for on-the-go parents.

Unfold the stroller. Find the folding latch, which should be on the stroller's right side, and release it. With both hands, lift up the stroller handle until it’s completely erect. Check to make sure that both spring-loaded latches—found on each side of the frame—are fully secured.

Attach the infant car seat. Your infant car seat should have a wedge on its underside. Place that wedge on the stroller’s front bar. Your car seat will either lock in place, or it will simply rest on the front bar. The other end of the car seat should rest on the support tabs, which are located under the stroller’s handles.

Strap the Snap N Go's safety belt over the car seat. Connect the buckle. Tighten the straps until the seat doesn’t move at all.

To fold the stroller for storage, remove the car seat-carrier and slide the red handle, which can be found in the center of the handle, to the left. Squeeze the handle. The stroller should start to fold. Release the red handle and pull backward on the frame until the stroller is folded.

Things You Will Need

  • Snap N Go stroller
  • Infant car seat carrier
  • Snap N Go stroller manual

Tip

Clean your Snap N Go stroller with a mild detergent and warm water.

Warning

Only use a Snap N Go stroller for as long as your baby is in an infant car seat, which, according to Consumer Reports, is about one year. Some babies outgrow their infant seats before they reach 1 year. Consult your pediatrician or your car seat's safety manual for advice.

Never use your Snap N Go stroller on stairways or escalators. In addition, the stroller should never be used as a toy.

About the Author

Katie Tonarely started writing professionally in 2008. Her work appears in the Springfield "News-Leader" and she provides consumer-related content for various websites. Tonarely received a Bachelor of Arts in English education with a minor in journalism from Evangel University in Springfield, Mo.