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How can I move an object using canvas with JavaScript?

 
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Hello, I created a Canvas with Javascript. I created a car with Javascript objects with like rectangles, circles etc. My question is how can I let a object move so it looks like the car is riding.

I already tried some things with what I found on Google but I can't figure it out.

I’m still learning new things in Javascript, thank you in advance for the help!

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Use the setTimeout method to call a method  that moves the object  by changing its position.
 
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