Well, today, I was going to the Polynesian Hotel from Animal Kingdom when a scary thing happened to me on the bus. I was in my powerchair when the bus made a sudden sharp turn (I usually hold onto the back of the seats that are flipped up in the designated spot.) when I was nearly thrown from my device. Luckily, there was one of those jogging strollers that was nearby and I managed to grab ahold of it before my leg got crushed by my chair. The driver stopped the bus as soon as he heard a commotion in the back and another passenger helped me get my device back to an upright position before the driver repositioned my chair in the designated area so that we could go to the hotel. This got me thinking, Disney uses a 3-point restraint system to secure mobility devices, where most other bus companies/personal handicap-accessible vans use a 4-point system or a docking device. Why did they go with a 3-point system? To cut down the waiting time for the other people on the bus to get on after the wheelchair/scooter? Or is it something else?