Mine was full of those chips too :cry . Mine were in there when I picked it up (mine was a PEP vehicle w/ 4000 miles on it). When I got it home I touched up the chips and applied 4 coats of Liquid Glass auto polish. This stuff really works well. I've used it for 20 years on all of my vehicles and told the people I've custom painted their vehicles to use it too.
The comments I get back are: "this stuff is great... I can't even set the bottle on the car while I'm ploishing, because it'll slide off the car", "man I'm glad you told me about Liguid glass..... ten years later and I still don't have a chip in my car", and the last one "I was smokin the tires the other day and found all the rubber melted on the quarters... it wiped right off with just a towel".
Give it a try,you'll like it. It's not a wax, it's polish and easier to use than wax. Just wipe it on in an even circular motion, let it set for 10-15 min to haze up and take cotton baby blanket to wipe it off. No hard rubbing required. Personally I'd put 3-4 coats on the first time, and then when ever you feel like polishing it go ahead, the more you polish the slipperier it seams and rocks seam to slid past instead of gouging and chipping.
I'm not a salesman for the stuff, but I do think it's a great product.
Should be able to get it at any Auto Zone, or go online if you have to.