Trucker wallets originally emerged out of necessity since the credit cards were first created around the ’50s. And the trucker’s wallet has since become an iconic item in this industry. Back then, gas stations had offered an incentive to anyone who paid in cash. So, being offered with a discount, drivers around the country carried a huge amount of cash.
The trucker’s wallet is the size of a small briefcase and attached to the paints with a chain. This design – a wallet chain – allows for the wallet not to fall out while being on the road. However, it is always practical to want to economize on the space even if you have lots to carry.
Small wallet with plenty of space
The small wallet provides the drivers with plenty of space for all the cards they need to carry during the ride as well as a place for their cash. In addition to that, it also protects drivers from anyone who is trying to steal the information stored in chips on credit cards and, in many cases, from the driver’s ID.The small wallet can block devices that can read radio frequency identification (RFID) chips on a driver’s truck stop loyalty cards, fuel cards, and credit or debit cards. The design of small wallet usually offers more than a few slots for driver’s cards and a special place to stash the cash.