Woman Sues After Scooter Falls on Her During Walt Disney World Bus Ride

ttintagel

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Nov 28, 2011
Whatever the exact circumstances were, I'm still very surprised. every single Disney bus driver I've ever encountered has been super careful and thorough with every wheelchair or ECV. I'm more inclined to believe that it was either just a freak accident, an equipment malfunction, or some error on the rider's part. I mean, of course nobody's perfect and anyone can make a mistake, but I'd still be surprised if it was the driver.
 

Talking Hands

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I have had instances where the driver did not tie down the scooter at all. I will then move to a seat for my own safety. Now I am using a powered wheelchair I stay in it but insist on the seat belt plus use my own seat belt.
Sometimes you have to remind a driver about the seat belt.
 

Talking Hands

<font color=purple><b>|,,|/</b> DEAF DISNEY LOVER<
Joined
Mar 27, 2002
I have had instances where the driver did not tie down the scooter at all. I will then move to a seat for my own safety. Now I am using a powered wheelchair I stay in it but insist on the seat belt plus use my own seat belt.
Sometimes you have to remind a driver about the seat belt.
 


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