Throw it away!
The vuelite was perhaps the single most frustrating part of my first months of parenthood. I wish I could turn back time and go with another stroller. Right from the start, the system failed us. The car seat bases were sold out and no longer made by the time we decided to buy another base. Luckily, the taxi strap function works sort of well, negating the need for another base. Then, before baby arrived, we ordered the car seat adapter, which was unnecessary, as the stroller came with an adapter for the BJ car seat (not mentioned in the info). We returned the adapter. For a daily use stroller, if you only walk a few blocks and never ever EVER have to fold up the stroller, then it's a fine bare-bones stroller. But don't be fooled. This thing DOES NOT FOLD EASILY. The braking mechanism constantly becomes entangled in the foot release. You have to bend over, manually release the foot lever, pick up the stroller, place it on its side, and force it together, fight with the carrier adapters (which will definitely fall off and skid across the parking lot), all the while hoping that the seat doesn't become stuck in the up position--because then you're going to strong-arm that thing into submission. After enacting this scenario in parking lots in freezing temps, I broke the adjustable seat, which will now not hold my 15 lb baby upright. In the trash it will go after she's out of her carrier. I'm sure Baby Jogger has some nice models that I could try, but this whole experience has soured me for the company.
* This product review was collected by the manufacturer.