That is a polishing machine, but does not mention what they used with it. I am wary of using sandpaper on the surface - the thought of what I could do with uneven pressure and no knowledge or guidance scares the p***s off me (not a pretty sight 😜 ).
I have read web pages using toothpaste, various things like T Cut, and even WD40 which I might try on a small area as at least it is not abrasive with a soft cloth…..
I may well be a wimp and should use a slow buffer type device, but knowledge is a wonderful thing, and I don’t have any !
As regards “foreign” vehicles, the CT operator was very clear it is only French registered, but he is unlikely to encounter others of course. If the Germans are convinced then they are likely to either be correct, or conservative with a “just in case” attitude. I suspect the French are not really clear.
if a vehicle in one EU country complies with the regs in THAT country then they are deemed to comply with regs in other countries. The speed stickers are ONLY required for French registered vehicles. The ONLY lorries we see with them here are French registered, none of the Lithuanian, Spanish, Italian or Swiss vehicles have them.
Just for GMK it’s Dave not Pete ! 😝