Focus and Scope

The Automotive Experiences provides the forum for high-quality research communications and addresses all aspects of original experimental information based on theory and their applications. This journal welcomes all contributions from those who wish to report on new developments in automotive fields within the following scopes.

  • Engine Mechanical and Supporting Technology
  • Automobile, Chassis, Body, and Safety System
  • Vehicle Dynamics and Control
  • Alternative Energy 
  • Alternative Propulsion Systems
  • Energy Conversion and Management
  • Fuels and Lubricants 
  • Combustion and Reacting Flows
  • New and Renewable Energy Technologies in Automotive Application
  • Automotive Electrical Systems
  • Automotive Electronics
  • Automotive Sensors and Actuators
  • Automotive Materials 
  • Automotive Transmission
  • Automotive Pollution and Control
  • Fuel Cell, Hybrid, Electrical Vehicle
  • Automotive HVAC
  • Noise and Vibration
  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • Intelligent Vehicle
  • Transportation Systems
  • Transportation Regulation, Economics, and Policy 
  • Case study on Automotive Education and Training
  • Other Fields of Automotive Engineering  


Type of Article

Automotive Experiences received articles in an original research paper, review paper, and case study.

1.1.    Original research paper

An original research paper is an article of detailed research that reports original research and is classified as primary literature. Original research paper includes hypotheses, background problems, research methods, results, interpretation of research findings, and discussion of possible implications. This article is generally long, with word counts ranging from 3000 to 6000. 

1.2.    Review Articles

Review articles are articles that provide up-to-date reports on the current situation on very important topics, discuss previous developments from the subject and provide an overview of the future. In general, review articles are usually long, ranging from 3000 to 5000 words or even more, depending on the case being reviewed. 

1.3.    Case Study

A case study is an article compiled by automotive practitioners. This article presents details of unique cases on the vehicles being handled. The written cases are usually those that contribute significantly to the knowledge that is in the field. This article is expected to discuss the signs, symptoms, diagnosis, and solving a problem or repair a vehicle. 


Transfer Of Copyright

Automotive Experiences accepts manuscripts that have not been published elsewhere and are not under consideration for publication by other print or electronic media. The authors agree to transfer the copyright to Automotive Experiences editorial office


Waiver Policy

This journal has not a waiver policy



This journal does not utilize any digital archiving policy to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration.


License Terms

This is an open-access journal licensed under CC-BY-NC international license


Cost Of Publication

No page charges: Publication in this journal is free of charge, unless the author wants a print version, IDR. 200,000 per issue for printing costs. 


Frequency Of Publication

Published 3 times in a year (April, August, and December


Open Access and Licence Agreement

Automotive Experiences is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the users. All open access papers are licensed and distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution- Non-Commercial 4.0 International License, which permits authors and readers unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction the material in any medium, provided that the original work is properly cited. This is enabled under the terms of Attribution and Non-Commercial usage of the material. 



Page proofs will be sent to the corresponding author for final checking. Corrections to the proofs must be restricted to printer’s errors: any other changes to the text, in equations or grammar, may be charged to the author. Proofs should be returned to the editors within three days of receipt to minimize the risk of the author’s contribution having to be held over to a later issue. The editors do not accept responsibility for the correctness of published contents. It is the author’s responsibility to check the content at proof stage. 


Plagiarism Checking

A policy of screening for plagiarism has been performed using Grammarly (Subscription Account). The maximum similarity we can accept is 15%