Then don't. But that is the way it works. It's strictly a cash business. The delivery guys are told they are IC's responsible for their own insurance, gas, repairs, etc. They get a stipend for the delivery and whatever they receive as tips. They are not employees.
So good for you and your clients. I am not breaking the law. The company may be breaking the law but I am not responsible for what the company does. I am responsible for what I do.
What you don't seem to understand is that I know and understand the law and I choose to be an IC even though I know that under the tests I am an employee. Nobody offered me a job at an employee wage and then told me I was classified as an IC. For those that get caught up in that kind of situation where they are denied benefits because of misclassification, the employer should get his ass kicked.
What is your profession anyway?
Bud, do you realize that you have hijacked this poster's thread since page 2 insisting on your point of view. Insisting on that despite the fact that both HR and Tax professionals have told you that you are wrong?