Amusement Park Rentals is the first and only scooter and stroller rental company to outfit its mobility products with custom LED light kits. Amusement Park Rentals has created a unique LED lighting features on its BOB Strollers & Pride Scooters for rent in Orlando, Florida. The first stroller and scooter with custom LED lighting makes its debut at the theme parks today, May 3rd, 2014. Amusement Park Rentals is the first and only scooter and stroller rental company to offer this feature on scooters and strollers for rent. Over the last five months, Amusement Park Rentals has been diligently researching, designing, testing, and improving how to best utilize LED lights on its rented mobility products. James ZImbardi, CEO of Amusement Park Rentals says, "As families are strolling around the theme parks in the evening, we wanted to make them participants in the spectacular lighting effects seen throughout all the theme parks in Orlando. We also wanted to provide families some additional safety features by adding more lighting to our products."

It is no secret LEDs lighting is going to transform many products and industries, and this is why Amusement Park Rentals is remaining on the cutting-edge as a rental company. "LED lamps have a lifespan and electrical efficiency that is several times better than incandescent lamps, and significantly better than most fluorescent lamps, with some chips able to emit more than 100 lumens per watt. The LED lamp market is projected to grow more than 12-fold over the next decade, from $2 billion today to $25 billion in 2023." - Wikipedia

In addition to LED technology, Amusement Park Rentals will be heavily exploring the integration of GPS and mobile technologies in order to provide a more safe, relaxing, and enjoyable vacation experience.  "As innovators, we were not content with providing a family a regular stroller or scooter for rent, we wanted to provide a unique experience which they would remember forever when visiting Orlando, Florida. We enjoy being pioneers and entering into unchartered territories if it means families will experience the attraction parks in a way they never imagined," said James Zimbardi. 

May 03, 2014 — Amusement Park News

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