Inattention is a staple ADHD symptom, and inattention can occur when you’re distracted by something other than the task at hand.
I’m lucky to live in a city where it’s easy to get around by public transit. There are a lot of reasons to love public transit, from the cost savings and the convenience to the environmental benefits and the fact that fewer cars generally make for a nicer place to live.
One of the things about mental health stigma is that you don’t even need to be open about your diagnosis to experience it. Just having symptoms that other people can observe is enough to make them treat you differently, even if they don’t know the "label" behind those symptoms.
Those of us with ADHD like to talk about coping strategies. Coping strategies are our opportunity to actively do something about how ADHD symptoms affect our lives, and that’s what makes them important.