Vehicles now come equipped with sensors, on-board units, and other processing as well as communication capabilities, thanks to significant advancements in the automobile sector. ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) is one the area to explore regarding VANETs (Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks) in mobility management. Vehicle-to-Vehicle communication is becoming more common thanks to VANETs, which eliminate the need for infrastructure, configuration effort, and the significant expenses associated with a mobile communication network. Vehicle applications can be used to access Internet services in addition to local data exchange. Internet gateways situated on the side of the road enable access. However, Internet integration necessitates the vehicle ad hoc network's mobility support. The network mobility technique in vehicular ad-hoc networks will be studied in this research; the pattern will represent the mobility of automobiles from one place to another. In this paper an algorithm is purposed to reduce handover delay and reduce packet loss, minimize signalling overhead by using the suggested handover strategy.