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I work at a detail shop, try using some lacquer thinner (put it on a rag and use it lightly) it should loosen up the paint and help wipe it off. don't let the thinner or rag sit on the paint for a long time or it could hurt your paint. for the nerf bars. if they are chrome some very fine #0000 steel wool will help take the paint off without harming the chrome. if they're painted try the thinner. if they are plastic, you might be screwed as I haven't found anything really to get paint off plastic without discoloring the plastic.
I would certainly call that city/road commission and tell them about it, i've had a few cases where the county came to my shop and paid for such cases. Someone else mentioned clay bar. that might work if the paint isn't too thick.
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