No – Your assessment is good for one year from the date you had it.
However, per your signed Traffic Safety Assessment, you have 72 business hours to register for a class. (You must pay for the class at the time of registration.)
“The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will be notified if the client fails to substantially comply with the driver safety plan. Copies of this report will be distributed to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, the county department, under s.51.52 Wis. Stats., or its approved agency, the driver safety plan provider named above, and the client.
I understand the recommendations made above, that my participation in the plan will make me more aware of the effects of driving while intoxicated on victims and their families, and agree to comply. I further understand that if it’s discovered that I provided the assessor with any invalid information this assessment can be considered void. I have been informed as to the fee provisions under s.46.03(18)(f) Wis. Stats. For assessment and driver safety plan costs. I agree to set an appointment with my chosen driver safety plan provider, named above, within 72 hours. I further understand that if I fail to comply with the driver safety plan, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation will withdraw my driver’s license indefinitely until I complete the plan satisfactorily.”