Accessible Minnie Van Reservations Now Open to All Walt Disney World Guests

Walt Disney World has opened Accessible Minnie Van reservations to all guests, whether or not they require the accessible functions.

The vans include seating for up to five guests, along with room for mobility devices for an additional two guests, and a complimentary car seat, which can be used in one of the five seating spaces. Guests do not have to transfer out of their mobility device to ride in an Accessible Minnie Van.

The ordering process is as follows, according to the official Minnie Van website:

  1. Open the Lyft app within Walt Disney World Resort and enter your destination.
  2. Confirm your pickup location. Lyft will provide a fare estimate, and your payment will be processed directly through the app.
  3. Tap “Select Access. Minnie Van” (short for “Accessible Minnie Van”). If the option for Accessible Minnie Van service doesn’t immediately display, scroll through vehicle type options until it appears.
  4. Track your vehicle’s progress on a map provided by the app. You’ll also see the vehicle number to help you spot your car.

Is this a good thing for guests looking for a Minnie Van, or will it only make things harder for guests who need accessible rides? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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1 thought on “Accessible Minnie Van Reservations Now Open to All Walt Disney World Guests”

  1. I believe that it is a good thing to provide such a service, people are going to complain no matter what they do at this point. I would assume that if you need an accessible van you would be planning ahead for this. Whether your going to use Minnie van service or another service there may be a wait. I would imagine this is understood. I go to McDonald’s to order something and it may take some time. I go to Disney world to ride an attraction, there may be a wait. Just how it is, honestly it’s no one else’s concern if someone before them is using said vehicle. These are all provided on a first come, first served basis. Now I would imagine as well that Disney May reach out and ask if they running short on these types of vehicles but not sure if they can ask or not.

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