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Numerous local incidents occur on road networks daily, many of which may lead to congestion and safety hazards. If vehicles can be provided with information about such incidents or traffic conditions in advance, the quality of driving can be improved significantly in terms of time, distance, and safety. Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs) have newly emerged as an effective tool for improving road safety through the dissemination of warning messages among the vehicles in the network aboutdoi:10.5120/1240-1725 fatcat:p7akxblhd5fcfginbqa6257ooy