Man’s dream of car rental software may be coming to reality.

It’s already happening, at least according to a new article in the New York Times.

According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, the tech company Sage is launching an online platform for rental car services.

The Sage platform allows users to rent their own car, and it’s currently limited to people in the US.

But it could be expanding to other countries and other countries are looking to hire from Sage, which recently made headlines after it launched a service in Singapore.

The company has said that it plans to expand into Australia and New Zealand, but it has not made any announcements yet.

Sage, which was founded by a former Google executive, recently announced it had reached a deal with Uber to provide drivers with their own vehicle, with a focus on people in Melbourne.

“We’re in the process of getting to know the Australian market and want to make sure we’re getting the right people to drive for us,” Sage CEO Tim Wainwright told the Wall Street Times.

“We know there’s a lot of talent in the marketplace that wants to work for us, but we want to get the right talent and give them the opportunity to come in.”

Sage’s platform, which is called Sage Car, will allow users to access their own vehicles via a smartphone app.

Users can pick from a variety of car brands, including Toyota, Honda, Mercedes, BMW and Ford, as well as their own personal style.

While the company is focused on Australian drivers, it has plans to launch in other markets as well, including India, Russia and China.

And it may just have one more thing on its mind: getting its cars into the hands of people in places like Australia, Canada, the US and the UK.

More: Sage is also looking to expand its services in the UK to provide car rental companies with the expertise they need to get things moving.