The back seat of the Traveler tandem also has a weight capacity of 40 pounds, and a padded 5-point harness. This seat reclines to 4 different positions, including all the way down so that you can put your sleepiest child in it for a nap. When the back seat is fully reclined, it has some extra velcro attachments that creates a bassinet-like enclosure so that your child won’t slip out or slide around while riding.

The canopies are both fully adjustable, and the nice thing is that they are tall canopies. Even the tallest toddlers will be able to easily sit and don’t have to be bothered by the canopy rubbing on the top of their head. The rear canopy is larger than the front one, and can be folded down further to provide more coverage.

 

Comparison between strollers

The Jeep Traveler doesn’t have a parent tray, but there is a large parent cupholder on the handlebar. There is the baby tray on the front seat that has a cupholder, and there are two side pockets that velcro on and off for additional storage. Underneath the stroller, there are two medium sized baskets for your extra stuff such as a diaper bag. The rear rider’s feet rest within the basket, so you have to work around that when you’re hauling stuff in the basket. The rear basket is bigger, and it has a nice feature that lets you lower the back bar of the basket so that you’re able to slide in items easier than trying to push up on the back seat to stuff things into it.

 

Resource: Comparingstrollers.com