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- weight (in and out of the car for Mum)
- foldability (ease, and going in the car neatly)
- stability (the 3-wheel designs are suspect)
- sensitivity to loads (will a bag hanging on the push bar topple it backwards?)
- steering (will it go where you point it?)
- storage (can you put stuff underneath?)
- price (some brands are comically expensive)
If you have problems with your stroller, Call baby trend they will send you new parts, or even get a new stroller. You could take it back to the store first to get the store associates to help you, I know places like toys r us helps assemble strollers.
Sounds like the plastic liners that hold the wheel either on or together have worn out. They make hundreds of different style wheels. You can try going to any baby supply store that has replacement wheels that have the "same" mounting configuration and see if you can get new ones. You might need to replace all the wheels and they may look different but at least you'll almost have a new stroller that doesn't wobble.
Get onto the Valco website and email their technical help. They are very good and get back to you quite quickly. I am pretty sure that you can order new parts through there. The instruction manual that comes with the pram tells you how to replace the wheel. If you don't have it they will email you a copy.