Hi, everyone, I'm new to this site and I could not find the answer to my question anywhere online. I'm going to Disney World in late June 2013, and there are two people in my party that may require guest assistance cards. I'm traveling with my 16 year old daughter, my 8 year old son, and my mother, who just turned 81. My son has ADHD and has needed a guest assistance card in the past because it is simply impossible to wait in lines with him. However, I'm not sure if my mother should get a GAC as well. She is in very good shape for her age and does not have a problem walking short distances, but I'm worried about how she will keep up at the parks. I was thinking about renting a wheelchair or ECV at the park, just so she wouldn't tire herself out too quickly. We don't really need the wheelchair entrance though, because she is fine with walking short distances. My two questions are: 1) Will we need to get her a GAC? 2) Is there a way that we can park the wheelchair or ECV (like in the stroller area?) so that we can wait in the queue together? Like I said, we don't need the wheelchair entrances. Thanks!