The person will need to complete the requirements before becoming eligible to reinstate. They do not time out.Ask a similar question
The NCP revocation is indefinite. Not only can't a person get their license back until they have completed the driver's safety plan, if the assessment the plan was based on is more than a year old, it is no good anymore and needs to be repeated.
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NO - You are going to be required to have another AODA assessment done and comply with that safety plan before you will get your driving privileges reinstated.
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