If you are accurate in that only the door and wheel got replaced after the hit to the car there is likely some damage to the chassis/tub. It is not unknown for an insurance company to make it difficult to impossible for a body shop to check for this. Some body shops owe a great deal to the business they do just because they have a relationship with a particular insurance company. One body shop owner I knew told me he got 40% of his business from one insurance company and its referrals to use his shop.Began experiencing hood vibrations over a bumpy highway today. Noticing the steering (Not the wheel) feels tight going from right to left. As the Right front evens out Over slopes it then gets tight left to right. Vibrations under floor board and felt through the steering wheel but the steering wheel itself is not vibrating.
Even if the chassis/tub escaped unscathed there are some suspension and steering components that might have suffered damage.
If it is not clear to you I think to get to the bottom of the behaviors you are experiencing you need to have a good body shop take a hard look at the car essentially looking for signs of damage that was not addressed. One sign is the alignment being off and a lot or the alignment may be close to or even "ok" but all the alignment setting adjustment has been used up.