Congratulations on your successful move, and thank you for the follow-up message. It is always nice to hear how things went.
Let the bees out for the next 5 days. Obviously, don’t drive the truck around if you are leaving them in it. If you can, take out any wedges that may have upset frame spacing. If the wedging didn’t change the frame separation in the middle of the hive, you can leave them in for now.
When you come to move again, repeat the preparations that you did last time with tie downs, ventilation etc, preferably late in the evening before the move or very early the next day (30 mins before sunrise, at least). On arrival, take them off the truck and put them in the new permanent hive site. Put some large tree branches (with leaves) or a big potted shrub in front of the hive entrance and let them settle for a couple of hours still closed up.
Then let them out. The shrubbery will encourage them to re-orient to the new location, and discourage them from going back 1.5 miles to the other place. You will probably lose some anyway, but most of them should get the message.