DRAFT FINAL RULE: Jan. 29, 2014
A stroller is a wheeled vehicle to transport children, usually from infancy to 36 months old. Children are transported generally in a sitting up or semi-reclined position by a person pushing on a handle attached to the stroller. Carriages are wheeled vehicles to transport an infant, usually in a lying down position.
The proposed final rule incorporates by reference the most recent voluntary standard developed by ASTM International ("Standard Consumer Safety Performance Specification for Carriages and Strollers" ASTM F833-13b) with a modification to address head entrapment hazards associated with multi-positional/adjustable grab bars.
Draft Final Rule: Safety Standards for Carriages and Strollers
Durable Infant or Toddler Products
Draft RCA: Safety Standard for Carriages and Strollers Final Rule
Safety Standards for Carriages and Strollers Proposed Rule
Video: CPSC Staff Briefs the Commission on the Proposed Rule