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The routing process in Vehicular Ad hoc Networks (VANET) remains a more demanding task in city backgrounds. Identifying an optimal end-to-end path that satisfies reduced overhead and delay control is still facing a lot of difficulties and limitations in recent days. These limitations are owing to the increased movement of vehicles, the repeated failures of a path, and the varied obstacles that might have an effect on the consistency of the data routing and transmission. Hence, this paperdoi:10.35940/ijeat.b4112.129219 fatcat:2jjgh2mzkvbd7mqijjgr3bnuza