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Handicap Scooters

Discussion in 'Getting There & Getting Around' started by TXCajuns, Mar 26, 2015.

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  1. TXCajuns

    TXCajuns Low-Roller

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    I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this. I did several searches but could find no info. My daughter and I will be staying at Bally's starting 4/4. I will need a motorized scooter to get around. Does Bally's have these, and if so, how does the rental work? Is it by day, and are all areas in resorts accessible? Any info will be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. dean_1492

    dean_1492 High-Roller

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    I was saying at Caesars, I got one for my Mom. I am Platinum, so it was free for me. I think it was $40 a day if not. I have called Bally's and they said they have them at the bell desk when we were going to stay there. Good luck!
     
  3. UTE

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    I've obtained scooters/wheelchairs for visitors in Las Vegas. There are several companies that deliver right to your condo or hotel desk. You can order it yourself or ask valet or concierge services to get one for you.

    Bill
     
  4. kel3420

    kel3420 VIP Whale

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    They have them for rent right at the bell desk and they can go anywhere. Many of the offsite rental places won't allow you to take them out of the casino. Be careful.
     
  5. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I had my host obtain one last week for one of my friends that has an injured foot and could not walk. I believe the host obtained it from a third party rental company called Scooter Bug. We noticed a few other people riding around on the same scooters with the same name. I would try and look them up
     
  6. VPDana

    VPDana Low-Roller

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    We traveled to LV a few years ago with a friend who required a motorized scooter while there. Arrangements were made ahead of time through the bell desk. I'm sure rental fees vary by hotel. He was free to go anywhere in the scooter.
     
  7. bretmc

    bretmc Tourist

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    I've rented from 702scooters.com they deliver for free to which ever hotel your staying at. When you arrive at the hotel go to the concierge desk and they will have your scooter from 702 scooter.com. I rode that scooter all over Vegas had a blast!
     
  8. TXCajuns

    TXCajuns Low-Roller

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    Thanks to all f you for your replies. I ended up renting a scooter from Bally's, very good condition, $80 for 2 days. The bell hops were very helpful in getting me set up. I will rent from them again next time.
     
  9. bretmc

    bretmc Tourist

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    i got mine for 4 days 90$ with insurance.
     
  10. PaulBowdry

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    Watch out for some hooligans in those scooters. Almost got mowed down by five college kids racing through the bellagio
     
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