Parameters tuning of OLSR routing protocol with metaheuristic algorithm for VANET Vehicular Adhoc Network provides ability to wirelessly communicate between vehicles. Network fragmentations and frequent topology changes (Mobility of the nodes) and limited coverage of Wi-Fi, are issues in VANET, that arise due to absence of central manager entity. Because of these reasons, routing the packets within the network is difficult task. Hence, provisioning an adept routing strategy is vital for the deployment of VANETs. The optimized link state routing is a well-known mobile adhoc network routing protocol. In this paper, we are proposing an optimization strategy to fine-tune few parameters by configuring the OLSR protocol using metaheuristic method. We considered some of the quality parameters such as packet delivery ratio, latency, throughput and fitness value for fine tuning OSLR protocol. Then we made Comparison of genetic algorithm, particle swarm optimization algorithm by using QoS parameters. We implemented our work on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 platform. And results are shown by simulations using VanetMobiSim and NS2 simulators; the fine-tuned OSLRprotocol behaves better than the original routing protocol with intelligence and optimization configuration.