My extended family (9 of us) is going to Disney in June and my mom and FIL will be using ECVs. Both are able to walk short to medium distances here and there, but are getting up in age and both have some health issues that will prevent them from doing a ton of walking and standing for many days on end. This is my first time experiencing the ins and outs of what it's like using ECVs in Disney and I'm starting to feel overwhelmed with all the questions I have... hopefully someone can help me out! 1. Can ECVs be used in the queue lines at the parks? I pictured they'd park the ECVs outside the entrance to the rides, then have to stand in the queues with everyone else. My mom seemed to be counting on being able to ride it all the way through the queues up to boarding the vehicles. I don't know how that would work... is there maneuverability within the queues and possible tight walkways or sharp turns? Are there any queues that have steps? Secondly, if they can ride it up to the ride, where does it go at that point and how do we get back to it when the ride is over? 2. Is there perhaps some sort of handicapped access to the rides? If so, does the entire party go with them so they can ride together? 3. If ECVs aren't allowed in the queues, can they at least bring a cane? I'm thinking one that might have a small fold-down seat so they can get periodically get some sort of relief from standing so much. And if so, where can they store the cane while on the ride? Can they set it down on the floor of the exit side of the vehicles, or perhaps give them to a CM to set aside until they get off? 4. Are there any other tips or words of advice you might have that would be useful? Thanks!