Disney World: Theme Park Accessibility Is Not an Option, It’s a Necessity
ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Tourists visiting the “Happiest Place on Earth” would not be too happy if they were not able to experience it. Not all guests visiting Disney are healthy, able-bodied individuals with the ability to walk the theme parks. Some people may appear healthy but underlying conditions can prevent them from standing or walking for long periods of time. Conditions stemming from knee and hip replacements, plantar fasciitis, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis and/or back pain are a few reasons why people may use an ECV (Electric Convenience Vehicle).
You don’t have to be old or overweight to utilize an ECV. The next time you see a person using an Electric Convenience Vehicle, don’t jump to the conclusion that they are lazy. They could easily be suffering from an ailment that is not visible to the eye. ECVs are sometimes referred to as electric scooters; scooters are used by guests to effortlessly transfer them throughout the theme parks.
In Orlando, outside scooter rental companies are used by tourists to provide them with electric scooters to navigate the theme parks. Scootarama is an official member of the Orlando Visitor’s Bureau; Scootarama specializes in electric scooter rentals in Orlando, Florida for use in Disney World.
For more information on scooter rentals in Orlando please visit us: http://www.scootarama.com
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