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Where can I rent an ECV or wheelchair at Walt Disney World? And how much does it cost?

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Prices current as of 11/20/09: -- Wheelchairs: $12 per day rental (no deposit in theme parks; $100 deposit charged to your credit card per unit rented at Downtown Disney.); $10 per day Length of Stay rental -- ECV Rental: $50 per day, with a $20 refundable deposit You must be 18 years old or older to rent ECVs. Disney has a Length of Stay rental ticket for strollers and wheelchairs. With the Length of Stay rental, you make a one-time payment for as many days of rental that you will need. Upon visiting a theme park, show your receipt at the stroller/wheelchair rental location and you will be directed through the queue with little or no wait. There is a slight discount when purchasing the Length of Stay rental ticket. The Length of Stay option is NOT offered during peak attendance times, however, such as Christmas. In the Magic Kingdom: -- Mickey's Gift Station at Transportation and Ticket Center (limited quantities) -- Wheelchair shop to the right of MAGIC KINGDOM entrance (also rents ... more
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Prices current as of 4/6/08: -- Wheelchairs: $10 per day rental (There is a $100 deposit charged to your credit card per unit rented.); $8 per day Length of Stay rental -- ECV Rental: $45 per day, with a $20 refundable deposit ($100 at Downtown Disney) You must be 18 years old or older to rent ECVs. Disney has a Length of Stay rental ticket for strollers and wheelchairs. With the Length of Stay rental, you make a one-time payment for as many days of rental that you will need. Upon visiting a theme park, show your receipt at the stroller/wheelchair rental location and you will be directed through the queue with little or no wait. There is a slight discount when purchasing the Length of Stay rental ticket. The Length of Stay option is NOT offered during peak attendance times, however, such as Christmas. more
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