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  • On Jan 20, 2011
    June from UT Asked

    I'm a large woman, 73 and have bad knees. I have a rolling walker and wonder how that would be to help me get around all the parks and onto the buses,etc.. We are staying at the Riverside. I would rather not have to pay $50/day for an ECV. There on 1/25

    Hi, June! I have never used a rolling walker myself, but I can assume that it would be beneficial to you in the same ways as when you are shopping, etc...  If it is a foldable one, it will be more manageable on the buses.  I'm unsure what you would do with it during the rides.  I'm sure any nearby Cast Member would be able to tell you where it should be kept.  As an alternative to the ECV, the parks offer regular wheelchairs.  If this is an option for you (you have someone to push it), it is much more economical.  Here is the link for the Wheelchair Rental information page on the Walt Disney World website: http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/guest-services/wheelchair-rentals/.  Have a magical vacation!
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Meet the Panelist: Krista, Tennessee

My husband and I have a 16 year-old daughter and an 14 year-old son and over a decade's worth of Disney traditions and memories. We try new experiences each trip, so we have experienced many "extras" in and out of the parks. Learn More About Krista

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