Typically, the delivery of information in vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) is regarded as a demanding one because of high mobility and invariable topological difference. One major concern in VANET framework is the occurrence of simulated intersection at which the packet reception probability become complicated for predicting and the model turn out to be complex highly. So as to overcome this dispute, a new framework is introduced which in turn prevents the intersection among the transmission path. Initially, the system model is initialized and the availability of channel is estimated. Based on the strength and size of data to be transmitted, the availability of channel is computed. After that, the best forwarding zone computation is made for minimizing the redundant data packets flow. To check the priority of packet and occurrence of packet collision, tree construction based data strength transmission is employed. at last, the prevention of intersection or collision between the transmission channel is checked by means of correlation matrix based intersection prevention approach by monitoring the neighbor node. Then, the data packets were forwarded in an efficient manner without any intersection between the frames. The performance analysis is estimated in terms of network lifetime, packet delivery ratio, packet collision; inter node collision, throughput, and end-to-end delay.