My wife ran through a trail of paint on the roadway a few months after a paint can must have fallen off the back of a truck. She was driving our black Audi Allroad, and both left tires picked up the paint, the color which I nicknamed "Pink Panther", and flung it into the wheel wells, the gray cladding, and some of the black paint. After power washing what I could, I still had some paint splatter remaining.
I recall in my Honda motorcycle dealership days, the Service guys used Honda Contact/Brake Cleaner extensively, because this particular cleaner did not harm the paint.
I picked some up, sprayed it on a paper towel, and then rubbed it on the paint splats. Little by little, the Pink Panther paint came off. I spent a long evening spraying paper towels with this Contact Cleaner, but eventually all the paint came off, and the original finish on the cladding and the body panels was not harmed. Unfortunately, the fabric fender liners had to be removed and replaced with new ones, as I could not get all the paint off the fabric. Additionally, the tires were nearly worn, and the rubber in the tread grooves held onto the paint, so I opted for four new tires.
YMMV - I'd try on a small area and see if it produces the same results as I experienced.