Single Rider Lines?
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Expedition Everest (Animal Kingdom) Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster (Disney-MGM Studios) Test Track (Epcot)
used to be at Mission Space but those are the only ones that I know of, in fact do not recall seeing one at Everest.
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I have always had good luck with the SR line at Everest and I agree with the line at RNRC. I waited in line for 30 mins once but that was it and I have never again went through it. I have also been lucky on Tower of Terror and Space Mountain when they ask for single riders.
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i love the single rider line for EE because not many people notice it, so the line is never really that bad!
if you're trying to save time with a group to go on rock n'roller coaster don't even bother with the single rider line. all the cms there have told me it is usually just as long if not longer than the stand by line.