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Research Article Open Access
In this paper a new location based routing protocol is proposed which is used for vehicular ad-hoc networks. VANETs are more efficient for inter-vehicular communication when compared with other communication networks. But due to the vehicle mobility the link failures occur in more number so that the transmission of the data is not made successfully. In order to overcome the link failure problems, increase in routing overhead and degradation in network scalability a new protocol is proposed. A new hybrid location-based routing protocol which combines features of reactive routing with location-based geographic routing in a manner that efficiently uses all the location information available is to be proposed. The protocol is designed in a way such that as the location information of the vehicle degrades it automatically uses the reactive routing protocol. We show through analysis and simulation that our protocol is more efficient when compared with the existing protocols.