My mom will have to use some wheeled method to get around the parks when we visit in September. She has a Pride Mobility Go-Go Elite Traveller scooter at home, which disassembles and fits nicely in either of our cars. She thinks using her own scooter will be perfectly fine when we go (and we could easily put it in my own car and drive to each park), but I have a few concerns: 1) It has a range of only about 10 miles on a charge, and people have been saying you can easily walk around 14 miles or more on an average park day. Sure, we could take the bulky charger to the park with us, but then we'd have to find an outlet somewhere and have it plugged in for however long to recharge if it dies. 2) She almost ran over me at the Nashville Zoo, so I have this horrible feeling she will mow down some small child if she's not careful. 3) Some unscrupulous soul might steal it (I dunno why they would, but you never know) while we're in some attraction. So I'm trying to evaluate these other options, which have their own benefits: 1) Rent a wheelchair from a company in Orlando and push her around everywhere all week, which allows her to look around and experience the parks while someone else worries about the "driving." And she'd already be in a chair and wouldn't have to transfer from scooter to chair on rides that require it. 2) Rent a better scooter from a local company, one that has a more comfy seat and a much greater range with less chance of running out of juice. These aren't able to fit in the car, but we're staying at Pop Century, so the buses would be just fine. Ultimately, which one makes the most sense? Personal scooter, rented scooter or wheelchair?