Hi Sheri, the wheelchair policy for the Paris tour is below. Go-today has contacted the Rome tour company about their policy and should have more information for you when you call in to redeem.
SOME/ALL of our buses are accessible to users of most kinds of wheelchair depending upon the location. Only wheelchairs which are too large for the space, or which are in an unsafe condition cannot be brought onto our buses. All of our wheelchair spaces accommodate wheelchairs up to 700mm wide, 1200mm long and 1350mm high (that measurement includes the wheelchair userâ€™s head above the backrest)
If your wheelchair is larger than this or you are unsure whether your wheelchair will fit on the bus, please contact us.
SOME/ALL of our buses have electric ramps, low flat floors and a wheelchair space depending upon the location. Wheelchair users have priority for access to the wheelchair space and other passengers must move to make it available when a wheelchair user needs it. However, we canâ€™t guarantee that all passengers will move from the wheelchair space when asked, nor ultimately, can we force them to do so. Our buses cannot safely accommodate two or more occupied wheelchairs, so if there is already a wheelchair user on the bus you want to board, unfortunately youâ€™ll need to wait for the next bus.
Wheelchair users and / or their carers must ensure that the wheelchair is positioned against the seat backrest facing the rear of the bus with the brakes ON. Please ask the driver for assistance if necessary.
Wheelchair users can use the bell push near the wheelchair space which lets the driver know that the ramp must be lowered at the next stop.
Apr 18, 2013