The “sharing economy” is now moving into the “sharing services economy.” This morning, Verizon Enterprise Solutions announced its “Auto Share” service, enabling any car company to become aZipcar. A Verizon exec confirmed to VentureBeat that the company’s intention is to create a platform to share virtually anything. Auto Share, which is being shown this week at the ITS World Congress in Detroit, allows a smartphone app to scan a QR code on a car’s windshield and capture the vehicle’s unique ID number. Once validated, the smartphone user remotely receives the capability to unlock and start the compatible vehicle. A key fob for operating the vehicle will be stored inside. Auto Share will be available by the end of this year, and promotional offers and expansion into ride-sharing are in Verizon’s plans.