Road accidents account for more than 2% of the total deaths across the globe with more than a million deaths each year due to road mishaps and improper traffic management. Traffic management is a major problem faced by modern cities due to a large number of vehicles operating at the same time. One of the major issues for road mishaps is driver's behaviour and skills. Thus, tracking vehicles and analyzing the driver behaviour is required for proper regulation of traffic. Some of the solutions are provided using infrastructure-based vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs). However, their operations are constrained by the traffic itself, thus, limiting their scope. A new solution by forming VANETs using multiple unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) is proposed which is independent of using road side units (RSUs) for communications. The proposed approach is analyzed using simulations as well as real-time dataset.