Wireless communication technologies have now greatly impact our daily lives. From indoor wireless LANs to outdoor cellular mobile networks, wireless technologies have benefited billions of users around the globe. The era of vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) is now evolving, gaining attention and momentum. Researchers and developers have built VANET simulation software to allow the study and evaluation of various media access, routing, and emergency warning protocols. The Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks Mobility Simulator (VanetMobiSim) is a set of extensions to CanuMobiSim, a framework for user mobility modeling. This book presents a comprehensive study VANET simulation software and their components. In particular, I contrast their software characteristics, graphical user interface (GUI), popularity, ease of use, input requirements, output visualization capability, accuracy of simulation.