I do it myself in my driveway with rattle can of two part clear coat paint.
Remove the bad clear with razor blade. Clean underlying paint or gelcoat. Mask and spray. Then do a progressive wet sand and rotary buff.
You may have to vigorously sand the edge build up where the masking meets the new paint to remove the ridge. Roll the front edge of the masking tape under to allow the new spray paint to somewhat fade out to minimize ridges.
I originally had a truck painter reclear the brow area above the windshield to the air horns. That was $1,000 in 2003. He removed the peeling clear, painted the underlying gelcoat to match, and sprayed clearcoat.
That area is still in good condition today.
1995 CC Magna #5280
C8.3L 300hp Cummins, 31,000lbs