We previously explore how to rent an electric wheelchair/mobility device. Here we explore how staying on property (at a WDW Resort) with an ECV can be quite easy. For starters, all the Disney buses, boats, monorails, and even the sky liner are accessible. In this article, we are going to highlight an extra transportation options that not everyone remembers.
Everyone who has every been on a Disney vacation knows what it is like at the end of a long park day to wait in line for the bus only to find it is overcrowded. Sometimes, we’ve waited through several buses before getting on. There are always taxi’s waiting, although I have to admit in all the Disney trips I’ve been on, I’ve only used a taxi once.
However, we’ve used the Lyft app many times, both regular and luxury. They are a great option if you just don’t want to cram into a bus. The only downside, until now was they weren’t accessibility friendly.
Minnie Vans to the Rescue
Minnie Vans can be accessed through the Lyft app, by scrolling all the way to the right. Not only do they offer an accessibility option, they also have car seats, making them family friends as well. The cars are driven by cast members, which for a lot of people address the security concerns people fear about the regular Lyft vehicles. Plus, they can practically drive you right to the door of your favorite parks, they don’t have the same limitation as the standard Lyft’s or taxi cabs.
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