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Rental Rates for Hotel and Residential in Anaheim

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Anaheim

Including: Disneyland, Long Beach, Garden Grove, Fullerton, Buena Park & more!

The city of Anaheim supports the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and endeavours to ensure that each facility, activity, benefit, program and service operated or funded by the City is fully accessible to, and useable by, people with disabilities in accordance with the ADA, as well as other federal, state and local access codes and disability rights laws.

Scootaround is proud to provide wheelchair and scooter rentals in Anaheim. Below you can find more information about the accessibility of various venues in Anaheim along with the Scootaround mobility equipment available to help you explore everything Anaheim has to offer.

Need more info? Call 1-888-441-7575.

 

Anaheim Area Information

Planning Your Mobility Needs

Scootaround exists to assist you with all of your travel mobility needs. With mobility rental equipment available in over 2500 locations, 7 days a week, we are North America's leading mobility enhancement company.

 

We hope the information below will help you find and book the equipment you need to enjoy your trip, but should you need any further assistance please call us at 1-888-441-7575.

 

Anaheim's Attractions

 

Situated to the South East of Los Angeles, the City of Anaheim located in Orange County, California, is a resort city and popular destination for vacationers and business travellers from around the world.

 

Well known for its theme parks, sports teams, breathtaking scenery and world class convention center, Anaheim and its surrounding areas offer activities and facilities for all.

 

Popular attractions include:

Driving to Anaheim

If you are driving to Anaheim and require a disabled license placard, you must apply for a Temporary Parking Placard for Non-residents. The temporary placard is good for up to 90 days or until the date indicated by your physician.

With your disabled placard or your permanent disabled license plates, you may park in any parking space that indicates parking for the disabled (e.g. the International Symbol of Access. (wheelchair symbol), next to blue curb authorized for handicap parking, etc. You are not permitted to park in areas marked with white hatch marks (near the disabled parking spots), any red (no stopping), yellow (commercial vehicles only), or white (passenger loading and unloading only) curbs.

Anaheim Attractions: Insider Mobility Information

 

Contact us

A Scootaround representative will contact you within 24 hours to provide you with a rental price quote and book your reservation via the phone number or e-mail address indicated on your request form

 

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