being (ambulant) disabled, i have experienced quite a few theme park's disabled policies and ride priority systems. they are all very similar; in order to use the priority system (each park has a different name for it), i have to have someone accompanying me on the ride, i can't skip the queue otherwise. this is annoying, as i am perfectly capable of riding alone (although i do prefer company), and have no problem sitting next to a rider i don't know. i fully understand why parks want disabled people to be accompanied (in case of evacuations, etc), but what if no one else in my group wants to ride? i use the main queue if it is short or empty. even though i have the wristband, i will still use the main queue if it's short or empty. this is mainly just the case at Drayton Manor, due to the design of their access system. basically, as well as the wristband we (my group) get a card (called a "Carer Card"), which has 10 boxes. each ride i use it on, the attendant punches a hole in a box. as i can only use it on 10 rides, i only use it on rides that have large queues, so i use the ordinary queue lines on the other rides.