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  • On Jan 30, 2024
    Vero from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My question is. I’m handicap do you guys rent electrical scooters? If so what’s the price and how long do they last running without charge? Thank you

    Thanks for stopping by planDisney, Vero! It is physically impossible to relax when I get to chat about Disney! I see you're also from California and given our current weather, I hope you're staying warm and dry! I'm excited to hear you're looking to visit the Disneyland Resort, though, and hopefully when that time comes, whatever was on Tia Pepa's mind will have passed this storm!

    Disney has a sincere commitment to inclusivity, for as Walt said "To all who come to this happy place: Welcome." Disneyland Resort does offer ECV rentals on site, they are first-come, first-served and based on availability. You'll find the rental location in the esplanade east of the Disneyland Park main entrance, (Harbor Blvd side). In my experience traveling with members of my party who needed either manual or ECV, it was best to arrive at opening to ensure we secured a vehicle. Pricing is subject to change, but at this time ECV rentals are $60 with a deposit fee. I highly recommend that you review the information page prior to your visit to confirm that amount. If you happen to be staying on property at a Disneyland Resort hotel though, ScooterBug is a Disney-approved mobility provider, and you can inquire about delivery of your desired rental to you at your resort hotel. 

    We won't talk about Bruno, but I will share that there is much to explore while using an ECV at the parks if there are mobility restrictions. Disneyland Resort's Disability Services has a full list of the attractions that guests will need to transfer from ECV to manual wheelchair to ride the attraction, from ECV/manual wheelchair to ride vehicle, which attractions will require guests to be transferred with the support of their party members, in addition to cushions to ensure you can fully enjoy the attraction experience in comfort and safety. They are also very clear on which attractions require full mobility, so you are prepared for your adventure.

    Well Vero, I hope that this information helps you to experience all the magic that the resort has to offer you on your next visit! There are many exciting things that are happening in 2024.

    Remember, you are the magic!

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Meet the Panelist: Camille, California

Hiya pals! I’m a California dreamer, wife of over 20 years, and mama to five. Traveling to Disneyland with a large family is fun and sometimes overwhelming, but I'm here to help! When I'm not strolling down Main Street, U.S.A. with a churro in hand, I'm crafting gifts for my shop and supporting organizations with HR, branding, and communications! I love finding ways to infuse Disney magic into every aspect of my life! I can’t wait to show you a whole new world at the Disneyland Resort! Learn More About Camille

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