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Hi, I have been given a Britax Practicale Sport Travel System. I have worked out how to recline the moses basket and put on the rain cover etc but need to know how to collapse the pushchair to get it in the car and also if it can be used with just the car seat and if so how does it clip in? Very confusing!!

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