Splash Mountain has a 52 foot, 45-degree, 40 mph drop-no seat belts. Heimlich's Chew Chew Train putts at 2 mph and has seat belts, as modeled by BabyChurro. Hmm.
It's to prevent people from jumping out and taking a bite out of the watermelon on Heimlich's Chew Chew Train. - LaTruce
1641.6 #45 11:52PM
Safety is our number one priority. It is mainly for the mini's, but we have everyone wear one for safety reasons. We do have a lot of little bugs wanting to stand up or try to jump over to chew chew along with Heimlich. Heimlich's Chew Chew Train has no height requirement, whereas Splash Mountain does. - iPoca.
905.6 #96 9:36AM
This is such an interesting observation. I guess Disney thinks most ppl can handle that drop, no straps needed. I could never keep my head up on splash during that fall, I wouldn't mind having a strap even one made out of rope. - poipolegirl
102.8 #3002 11:12PM
I think, like someone said, because mainly minis ride it while splash as a height requirement for kids that should know not to jump down a 52 foot, 45 degree, 40 mph drop :p - sleepyhead
368.6 #376 11:14PM
You bring up a good point. Hmmm - AshleyLynn22
747.6 #136 11:16PM
Awesome = Putting one of the chew-chew trains on the Splash Mountain course. - Experiment818
1598.0 #47 11:36PM