We have custom apparel and other gift type items only available out of our Caledonia, MN location only.
WITH THE NEW DRIVER SHIRT POLICY STARTING JAN.1ST, 2018
WE ARE IN PROCESS OF MAJOR CHANGES TO OUR MERCHANDISE LINE UP. SEVERAL ITEMS ARE NOT BEING REORDERED OR STOCKED AND ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
*** DCP Truck Model Sales are available to Employees Only at this time.
Deductible Work Clothes and Uniforms
You can deduct the cost and upkeep of work clothes and uniforms if you must wear them as a condition of your employment and the clothes are not suitable for everyday wear. The IRS says the clothing must be specifically required by your employer and is not suitable for taking the place of your regular clothing. Some professions that might qualify for the work clothes deduction include firefighters, health care workers, law enforcement officers, and transportation workers. However, any clothing that could be worn in day-to-day wear would not be covered under this deduction. In the case of a professional athlete, warm-up outfits might be considered suitable for everyday wear, so would not qualify. Safety clothing purchased for your job is also deductible. This includes hard hats, safety glasses, safety shoes or boots, and work gloves. Some possible professions covered under this provision include carpenters, cement workers, chemical workers, electricians, commercial fishing crew members, machinists, oil field workers, pipefitters, steamfitters and truck drivers.