I traveled from Canada to Disneyland. I needed to get new batteries but knew I could find many outlets to plug in for a half hour and keep going. Well after plugging in more than once I noticed the light on my battery charger was dim. After almost an hour of trying to charge I would go from 80 to 85%. The year before I could go from 80% to 100% in less than 1/2 hour. I went to guest relations to ask where I could plug in my power wheelchair. I told them I notice the current in the outlets was very low. They said the only place I could go was to the scooter rentals. You have to leave the park. It is in the center of the two parks. When I went there I was told I would have to leave my chair with them and sit in a rental park chair. This is not acceptable. To have to wait in line again to get back into the park. Usually I would go charge my chair for a bit when friends would ride a ride. Now I have to leave the Park. Disney needs to have at least one charging place for scooters and wheelchairs inside the park. They did not seem to care. I felt like a second class citizen. I know people were using the outlets for their phones. So they turned the power off or low. I am going to write Disney about this. Had I known I might have put the $400.00 out for new batteries instead of worrying about how much power I had left most of the day. Please pass this info on to whoever needs to charge their batteries there. I wish I had known.