The vehicle-to-vehicle communication is a very actual and challenging topic. Vehicles equipped with devices capable of short-range wireless connectivity can form a particular mobile ad-hoc network, VANET - Vehicular Ad-hoc NETwork. The existence of such networks opens the way for a wide range of applications. Two of the most important classes of such applications are those related to route planning and traffic safety. Route planning aims to provide drivers with real-time traffic information, which, in the absence of a VANET, would require an expensive infrastructure. In this paper, the authors evaluate their VANET routing protocol that is especially designed for city environments. This protocol is based on the localization of the node, the cost assigned to the section and score for each vehicle.