True, but Disney needs to be responsible and set some rules on the use of wheeled devices. They are causing problems. For every one special needs kid in a special stroller, you see twenty kids being pushed around that ought to be walking.
I can't tell you the number of times I've been hit by a person using an ECV. (Strollers too but in the current crowd size its bound to happen) I'm sensitive to wheeled vehicles as my husband is a disabled vet and there have been times he's been wheelchair bound. So I get how difficult it can be, but there's a strong sense of entitlement with these folks. "I paid $80 for my hover-round today so I'll go wherever and whenever I want!" seems to be the name of the game.
I'm also surprised at the number of people who view strollers as battering rams in post fireworks crowds. Like.. they do realize their child is in it right?!