There are many options for stripping the clear coat if it's still on the trailer, if you're lucky you'll discover it's worn off. I just finished stripping mine, and i used 3 different products in the process, all worked well to varying degrees.
One was: PPG Aerospace Eldorado PR-5044 Peroxide-Activated Stripper, got it from vintagetrailersupply.com, i used just under a gallon of it to do my 23 footer, overall it worked pretty well. There were some stubborn spots and it was still warm out and may have dried a little while working which may have been the cause. I put it on late one night, giving the trailer a generous coat, and then let it sit over night. In the morning i pressure washed the trailer, and most of the clear coat came right off, did some touch up on the tough spots that morning. It basically neutralizes itself as it works so when you wash it off there's nothing really hazardous about it after it worked. I worked outside so i didn't use a respirator, but wore tyvek coveralls, face dust/medical mask, and goggles(wish i'd had a full face shield since it would have breathed better and covered whole face), if you get the eldorado on your skin it bleaches it white very quickly, but didn't burn or irritate the skin like airctraft stripper will.
Another was citristrip, it worked well as well in the spots that i used it, think it would have been more expensive than using the eldorado to do the whole trailer with. Easy to work with, safe, no need for heavy duty safety equipment.
I've also used some aircraft stripper and KleanStrip in spray cans, these work VERY well, but are VERY nasty to work with, so i wouldn't recommend them for the whole trailer.
For small touch up spots i used some elbow grease and some Klean-Strip Paint Stripper After Wash with a rag. I'd soak a rag, and rub it on the spot for a while and it would slowly disolve it off. Also useful for removing adhesive residue, and old sealant residue. It's a mix of Xylol/Acetone/Alcohol.
Since it's getting cold i'm not sure how that will affect the effectiveness of any of these.
Any high quality paint stripper should work though.