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Nowadays vehicles on the roads can communicate using a special type of wireless network called Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANETs). It has been demonstrated by the researchers that because of the unique features such as high density of vehicles and frequent change of network topology, VANETs are not supported by the traditional routing protocols. The routing consistency of such highly dynamic networks must be taken into account in VANETs as communication links are disintegrated in VANETs moredoi:10.1109/access.2021.3102216 fatcat:ldm2pb6i5fampbvbhs4c3w7xxq