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This is a screenshot from the new WDW Guidebook for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities.
It has tables including this information on each WDW attraction.
The booklet is 41 pages and is full of helpful information.
Tiedown straps with hooks are attached to a sturdy place on the frame front and back of the wheelchair or ECV.
Wheelchair users may ride in their chair, but should use the bus seatbelt.
ECV users SHOULD transfer to a bus seat because ECVs have high risk for tipping, even when tied down securely.
Step one - the driver opens the back door and begins the lowering of the ramp
The seats will be folded up to form a place for a wheelchair or ECV to park.
The ramp is fully lowered and the guest (and up to 5 members of their party) are invited to board. Wait for the driver to let you know it...
This is the view from the doombuggy toward the exit. We loaded at the unload area. We waited in a side hallway and came thru the he area toward the front of the picture. When we unload, we will follow the hallway ahead to get out of the building.
This is the back hallway, looking toward the unload area, where guests with disabilities load into the doom buggies. The yellow line marks the end of the moving walkway. The blob on the right side of the picture is a trash can outside of the exit. The doom buggies are to the left of the picture...
After exiting the Stretching room, we were led to this hallway where we waited behind the sign (the sign is on the right side of the picture). The hallway in front of the picture leads to the exit/handicapped boarding area. The boarding area is to the left. Outside is to the right of the picture.
Guests with disabilities or using mobility devices are asked to stay to one side after the stretching room show. The kind of glowing oval to the right of the picture is a reflection on a plaque that marks the handicapped exit.