Hello, this is my first time posting to this board! I was recently diagnosed with MS, and currently have a hard time standing and walking for very long. We already had a trip planned to Disney World for 2/28-3/5 so I have decided to rent the Go-Go Elite Traveler Plus 3-Wheel ECV from Apple Scooters. Does anyone have any experience using this model? I did some research from the various vendors and this seemed to be the smallest one I could find with a decent battery charge. I am concerned about being able to maneuver easily and am very afraid of hitting someone. (I don't have any reason to believe I would, but I don't know how easily they stop and know some people don't pay attention while they are walking) I am very anxious about this trip because of the ECV. I am not worried in so much that I know I need to use the ECV in order to enjoy the trip. But I am worried because I have never had to use one in the past and I want to make sure I am not spending the trip worried about the scooter, since stress can make my MS symptoms worse. There are little things I am concerned about, such as: do I take the scooter into stores? What about restaurants? Since I can walk some (just not for very long without pain) should I make a habit of trying to find a place to park it outside of shops/restaurants, like where they park strollers? I already know I am going to ride it into the lines that can accommodate scooters. Any tips for getting the scooter on the bus? We are staying at the Caribbean Beach Resort Hotel. The bell services is at the Custom's House, I assume the inter-resort buses can take an ECV? What should I do if it rains? Any other advice for a first-time ECV user? Or MS related tips? I haven't been this time of year and from what I can see online it looks to already be in the 80 degree range for the weather. Thank you!! oh- Last question! I am also worried people might make comments? I have not dealt with public situations yet and my situation. I am young and have nothing visible that would indicate I need to use an ECV. What do you do if you hear people saying things? Are there going to be people I encounter who might actually say things?