Disney 100 Characters; mother, father, daughters; Donald Duck, Pluto, goofy
  • On Feb 3, 2024
    Elisha from LA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I have bad knees and hips, can I bring my personal electric scooter? It’s a TopMate ES32 three wheel foldable trike.

    Hey Howdy Hey Elisha and welcome to planDisney! 

    A vacation to the Walt Disney World Resort is meant for the whole family to experience together. This includes accommodations for individuals with mobility issues who need special devices such as Electric Conveyance Vehicles (ECV). Thank you for stopping by with your question on your specific mobility device and usage in the parks. I will be happy to give you a little more information about what is allowed in the parks. 

    According to the current Walt Disney World Property Rules, some specifications with ECVs may apply to your situation. Generally speaking, your device should have at minimum 3 wheels, be able to stand safely and independently when stopped or when unoccupied as well as have a maximum length of 52 inches and width of 36 inches. I would urge you to review all of the details under the "Prohibited Items" section to make sure your device is within the restrictions. 

    Another great tool Disney has available online outlines attractions and transportation services that you may encounter during your time on the resort and in the parks. This document will let you know expectations when it comes to general access and transfers which can be quite helpful to set your expectations on attractions accordingly. 

    If you want to minimize your time waiting in lines, you might want to consider the purchase of Genie+ on your upcoming trip. With Genie+, you will have access to booking Lightning Lane Entrances right from your My Disney Experience app. These will give you access to attractions with shorter wait times and avoid the longer stand-by lines. This option is great to minimize your time in lines and maximize your time enjoying the experience of the Magic of the Disney parks. 

    I hope this information was helpful so you can better plan for your mobility needs for your upcoming trip. Please feel free to stop back with any further questions you may have, we are always happy to help!

    Have a Magical day, 

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Meet the Panelist: Nick, Ohio

Hey howdy hey, I’m Nick! My happy place will always be Walt Disney World Resort and is where we call “Home”, but we do vacation exclusively in Cincinnati, Ohio for most of the year. My happily ever after is shared with my 3 girls, my beautiful wife and my career in Physical Therapy. I love any excuse to talk about Walt Disney World Resort and am so excited to help you discover the Magic of the Resort. Learn More About Nick

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