Hi everyone. I'll be going to WDW with my fiancée and future MIL and FIL and staying at the cabins at Ft. Wilderness. MIL has decided she wants to use an EVC in the parks, which I think is a good call. But I am a little unsure about what we will and won't be able to do as far as getting around. Since we are staying at Ft. Wilderness and renting a golf cart, renting one for the duration seems pointless since she'd have to ride the EVC all the way from the cabins to the boat dock. She is only going to the parks 3 days, so would the best thing to do be to rent it directly from Disney at the parks and use the golf car to get to the busses and boats? Are there often issues with them running out? We plan to RD every day so I don't think that will matter, but I was unsure if they will actually hold it for you if you leave and come back, which they plan to do. Is this something we will be able to take care of before park opening easily? From reading the Disney Disability Information provided on this board, it sounds like most (maybe all?) rental locations are inside the turnstiles. How long does the process usually take at park opening? One thing that was unclear with the list of locations is whether or not EVCs are available at all parks. I would assume so, but some locations specifically state that EVCs are available. The last question I have is a more minor one, but I'm a little confused about the rides. What is the difference between the two below? transfer from a wheelchair to a ride vehicle transfer to an available wheelchair at the attraction, then to transfer from the wheelchair to the ride vehicle Basically, is there anything someone in an EVC CAN'T ride? Or will she always be able to either transfer into the wheelchairs (are they always available) or walk if she chooses? Can EVCs just be left with stroller parking? I'm sorry if some of these are dumb questions, but it just a lot to figure out and a bit overwhelming. I want to make sure we are prepared when we get there and aren't caught off guard. Thank you all for your help.