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In this paper we examine the significance of position-based routing with border-node based forwarding for Vehicular Ad hoc Network to optimize path length and minimize end-to-end delay between vehicles. This proposed protocol is called Border-node based Most Forward within Radius (B-MFR) since it uses border nodes with MFR. We have simulated this protocol using NS-2 simulator and evaluated the performance in terms of end-to-end delay. The results of B-MFR obtained through simulation are compared with the results of MFR. The results clearly show that the end-to-end delay for B-MFR is significantly lower than MFR. Further, the result also reveals that the end-to-end delay for B-MFR decrease faster than MFR as the node density increases.