I apologize, but there seems to be allot of confusion.
Originally Posted by GothicManor
You do realize you DO NOT need a DAC to use a wheel chair on rides or attractions.
Every ride has a wheelchair accessible entrance in both parks, weather its and exit or regular entrance. You have NEVER needed a GAC or DAC pass for a wheelchair. And you never will. If you ever need a wheelchair you can rent one from disney for $12 + $20 deposit, I strongly recommend this if you entering the park with a broken leg, ankle etc...
My mom is disabled, and has a wheelchair, we've never used a gac or dac pass and was able to go on all the rides she wanted,
These new rules and regulations only apply to the guests Disney has been accommodating without a wheelchair which they DO NOT have to by law. There doing it to make your experience better, and its not mediatory to use. If you have or need a wheelchair you will just continue as you did in the past.
STRAIGHT FROM DISNEY:"
Does a Guest whose disability is based on the necessity to use a wheelchair or scooter need a DAS Card?
No, a Guest whose disability is based on the necessity to use a wheelchair or scooter does not need a DAS Card. Depending on the attraction, the Guest will either wait in the standard queue or receive a return time at the attraction based on the current wait time. For some attractions at Disneyland Resort, these guests will go directly to an alternate entrance. Guests with additional needs should discuss them with Guest Relations.Disney Parks Disability Access Service Card Fact Sheet ¬ę Disney Parks Blog