(If this idea has been used before, then I apologize. I don’t have much familiarity with the character, so any similarities this has to any existing Ghost Rider comics is purely coincidental.)
Panel 1: JOHNNY BLAZE is on his bike on the side of the road, and looks annoyed. He doesn’t look like GHOST RIDER at the moment. Behind him, a Motorcycle Cop has parked his bike, and the cop – OFFICER JONES (No Reference) - is standing next to JOHNNY BLAZE.
JOHNNY BLAZE: Something wrong, officer?
OFFICER JONES: Sure is. Where’s your helmet?
Panel 2: JOHNNY BLAZE isn’t looking at OFFICER JONES, but has a very annoyed look on his face – the kind that says ‘why am I putting up with this?’
OFFICER JONES is pulling his ticket book out of its pouch.
JOHNNY BLAZE: I don’t wear one.
OFFICER JONES (1): tisk, tisk
OFFICER JONES (2): Can’t have you riding around without a helmet, can we?
Panel 3: There’s a fire that’s starting to light up in JOHNNY BLAZE’s eyes.
OFFICER JONES: Mr…?
JOHNNY BLAZE: Rider.
OFFICER JONES: Alright, Mr. Rider. Can I see your license and registration, please?
Panel 4: JOHNNY BLAZE is looking up at OFFICER JONES.
JOHNNY BLAZE: Don’t you have anyone better to go ticket?
OFFICER JONES: Sorry, Mr. Rider, but law’s the law, and it’s for…
Panel 5: JOHNNY BLAZE has lit up and become GHOST RIDER. OFFICER JONES is rather shocked by this turn of events.
SFX: (From JOHNNY BLAZE transforming into GHOST RIDER) gghhhhuuuFF!!!
GHOST RIDER: It’s for what?
OFFICER JONES: GUAH!
Panel 6: OFFICER JONES has fallen to the ground in surprise. Panel looks up as GHOST RIDER looks down on OFFICER JONES.
GHOST RIDER (2): For my own good? My own safety?